lambkin

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lambkin

(ˈlæmkɪn) or

lambie

n
1. (Animals) a small or young lamb
2. a term of affection for a small endearing child
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Noun1.lambkin - a very young lamb
lamb - young sheep
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Lambie earlier said that her home state supporters agree with her on the ban.
SOUTH Africa are likely to be without highly-rated fly-half Pat Lambie for their matches against Wales in the summer.
Police are also probing another complaint from Lambie, 45, that she sent him a text message on March 24 - two days after her arrest when she was banned from contacting or approaching him.
John Lambie always took us to Blackpool, mainly because there was a massive pigeon convention.
Although she just graduated from college, Arianna Lambie has already earned a seat in any round-table discussion regarding the greatest all-time athletes to come out of Central Massachusetts.
ON a bitterly cold night in Maryhill some 3,705 Partick Thistle and Rangers fans came to pay tribute to a true Scottish football legend - John Lambie.
Boy Hairdresser," the name of a band Lambie belonged to in his youth, was the title of the show as well as that of a wall installation: a collection of thrift-store mirrors in various sizes hinged together to form a reflective tableau.
JOURNALIST Jamie Lambie strayed off the beaten path on Thursday, when he paid his first visit to Newmarket for nearly ten years.
Charged: Motomiya is an award-winning artist Earning his stripes: Jim Lambie, far left, with fellow artists
PARTICK THISTLE cult hero Chic Charnley has told Aiden McGeady he knows exactly what the bad Bhoy is going through because he was forever falling out with his Jags boss John Lambie.
Lambie, though, had stepped into the breach for Thistle's last three games in a bid to try and turn the club's fortunes around.