[ lah-mee ]
/ lɑˈmi /
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John Baptist Jean Baptiste l'Amy, 1814–88, U.S. Roman Catholic clergyman, born in France: archbishop of Santa Fe, New Mexico 1875–88.
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Words nearby Lamy
lampworking, lampyrid, lamster, Lamus, Lamut, Lamy, LAN, Lana, lanai, Lanark, Lanarkshire
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Lamy later made appearances in the cartoonish Dujardin film vehicles Brice de Nice (2005) and Lucky Luke (2009).Jean Dujardin, Oscar-Winner for ‘The Artist,’ Debuts New Sex Comedy|Tracy McNicoll|February 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The edition of Lamy has added many other poems, largely connected with church festivals.
From Lamy (170 miles) there is a gradual rise to Raton, which we reached at 6.30 in the evening.Hesperothen; Notes from the West, Vol. II (of 2)|W. H. Russell
Lamy took the gun wonderingly, balanced it for a moment in his hand, and shoved it into his holster.
Several times he stopped before Lamy, who sat upon his saddle blanket with his back against a tree trunk and dozed.
A few minutes later he came back to find Lamy 59 sitting with his back to a tree, staring unseeing into the deepening twilight.