lampas

[lam-puh s]
Also lampers.

Origin of lampas

1515–25; < Middle French: disease of horses, Old French: disease (of men) with great thirst as symptom
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lampas

1

lampers (ˈlæmpəz)

noun
  1. a swelling of the mucous membrane of the hard palate of horses

Word Origin for lampas

C16: from Old French; origin obscure

lampas

2
noun
  1. an ornate damask-like cloth of cotton or silk and cotton, used in upholstery

Word Origin for lampas

C14 (a kind of crepe): probably from Middle Dutch lampers
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