What does I’ll lamp you mean?
lam (verb) [ trans. ] informal – hit (someone) hard, e.g. “I’ll come over and lam you in the mouth in a minute.”
Where does the expression to lamp someone come from?
This meaning, which is now considered slang, most likely derives from the plural noun LAMPS meaning the eyes, which was originally and formerly poetical and first used by Shakespeare in 1590 in his Comedy of Errors.
What is a Peckin?
: any of a breed of large white ducks of Chinese origin used for meat production. Pekin. geographical name. Pe·kin | ˈpē-kən , -ˌkin
What does LAMP mean texting?
“To Hit Someone” is another definition for LAMP. LAMP. Definition: To Hit Someone.
What is a lamb slang?
a person who is gentle, meek, innocent, etc.: Their little daughter is such a lamb. a person who is easily cheated or outsmarted, especially an inexperienced speculator.
What does a lamp do?
Lamp, a device for producing illumination, consisting originally of a vessel containing a wick soaked in combustible material, and subsequently such other light-producing instruments as gas and electric lamps. The lamp was invented at least as early as 70,000 bce.
What does Lemp mean?
|LEMP||Landscape and Ecology Management Plan (UK)|
|LEMP||Lightning Electromagnetic Pulse|
|LEMP||Lay Ecclesial Ministry Program (Las Vegas, NV)|
|LEMP||Lesotho Energy Master Plan|
When did lighters exist?
The first gas lighting systems were installed in 1802 in a foundry in Birmingham, England’s 18th-century version of America’s Silicon Valley. As part of King George III’s birthday celebration, London’s Pall Mall became the first place lit by a gaslight in 1807.