Associations to the word «Lamb»
Pictures for the word «Lamb»
LAMB, noun. A young sheep.
LAMB, noun. The flesh of a lamb or sheep used as food.
LAMB, noun. (figuratively) A person who is meek, docile and easily led.
LAMB, noun. A simple, unsophisticated person.
LAMB, noun. (finance) (slang) One who ignorantly speculates on the stock exchange and is victimized.
LAMB, verb. (intransitive) Of a sheep, to give birth.
LAMB, verb. (transitive or intransitive) To assist (sheep) to give birth.
LAMB, proper noun. A surname.
LAMB, proper noun. (Christianity) Jesus; the Lamb of God
LAMB FRIES, noun. (US) The testicles of a lamb, peeled, rolled in cracker meal, fried, and served as food, a traditional dish in the Bluegrass region of Kentucky.
LAMB OF GOD, proper noun. Jesus, symbolized as a sacrifice.
LAMB SHIFT, noun. (physics) A small difference in energy between two energy levels of the hydrogen atom in quantum electrodynamics, which can be interpreted as the influence of virtual photons that have been emitted and re-absorbed.
LAMB SHIFTS, noun. Plural of Lamb shift
LAMB, noun. Young sheep.
LAMB, noun. English essayist (1775-1834).
LAMB, noun. A person easily deceived or cheated (especially in financial matters).
LAMB, noun. A sweet innocent mild-mannered person (especially a child).
LAMB, noun. The flesh of a young domestic sheep eaten as food.
LAMB, verb. Give birth to a lamb; "the ewe lambed".
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