lampad

noun lam·pad \ˈlamˌpad\

Definition of lampad

plural

-s

  1. :  lamp, candlestick —used of the seven lamps of fire in Revelation 4:5 till wheeling round the throne the lampads seven (the mystic words of heaven) permissive signal make — S. T. Coleridge

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Origin and Etymology of lampad

Latin lampad-, lampas — more at lamp


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