Definition of lambert in English:

lambert

Syllabification: lam·bert
Pronunciation: /ˈlambərt
 
/

noun

A former unit of luminance, equal to the emission or reflection of one lumen per square centimeter.

Origin

early 20th century: named after Johann H. Lambert (1728–77), German physicist.

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