There are 2 definitions of lampas in English:

lampas1

Syllabification: lam·pas
Pronunciation: /ˈlampəs
 
/
(also lampers /-pərz/)

noun

A condition of horses, in which there is swelling of the fleshy lining of the roof of the mouth behind the front teeth.
More example sentences
  • In the past, lampas was blamed for a whole variety of problems, from fussy feeding to bit evasion.

Origin

early 16th century: from French, probably via French dialect from the Germanic base of the verb lap3.

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There are 2 definitions of lampas in English:

lampas2

Syllabification: lam·pas
Pronunciation: /
 
ˈlampəs/

noun

A patterned drapery and upholstery fabric similar to brocade, made of silk, cotton, or rayon, originally imitating textiles from India and later imported from China, Iran, and France.
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  • The French firm of Tassinari et Chatel used this fabric as a guide when reweaving the silk lampas and decorative borders in the original colors of blue, taupe, and cream.
  • They display brocades, compound weaves, lampas, plain weaves, samite, tapestry and twill to provide a snapshot of the expansive weaving styles of Central Asia.
  • Three matching French chairs of 1794-1799 in the downstairs bedroom needed their original silk lampas seats rewoven.

Origin

mid 19th century: from French lampas, lampasse, of unknown origin.

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Word of the day epyllion
Pronunciation: əˈpilēən
noun
a narrative poem resembling an epic in style...