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lam·pi·on

 (lăm′pē-ən)
n.
An oil-burning lamp, often of colored glass, for outdoor use.

[French, from Italian lampione, augmentative of lampa, lamp, from Old French lampe; see lamp.]

lampion

(ˈlæmpɪən)
n
an oil-burning lamp
[C19: from French via Italian lampione, from Old French lampe lamp]
Translations
mécsmécses
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As Durdles and Jasper come near, they are addressed by an inscribed paper lantern over the door, setting forth the purport of the house.
For this last night of carnival the big house had decorated all its balconies with rows of coloured paper lanterns right up to the roof.
As the event was planned and developed, Brendan was active in securing sponsorships for the event, setting up paper lantern decorating classes, and distributing information about the event throughout Glen Ellyn," said Jeannie Robinson, assistant superintendent of recreation services.
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Once a paper lantern hits a sky it is carried by whatever current there is.
A paper lantern floated into the Jayplas recycling plant in Smethwick late on June 30 and started an inferno which engulfed 100,000 tonnes of paper, stored for recycling - causing PS6million of damage.
Dubai Six-year-old Karl Ng Jihao made his first Chinese paper lantern in class yesterday.
like a paper lantern carried by a whore in a Paris street fair
Design a nook with an outdoor rug, paper lantern, and comfortable cushions.