Lamel
Lamel \Lam"el\, n. See {Lamella}. [1913 Webster]

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  • Lämel — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Leopold von Lämel (auch Lämmel; 1790–1867), österreichischer Großhändler, Bankier sowie böhmischer Landtagsabgeordneter in Prag und Wien Simon von Lämel (auch Lämmel; 1766–1845), österreichischer Kaufmann… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • lamel — la|mel sb., len, ler, lerne, i sms. lamel , fx lamelgardin …   Dansk ordbog

  • lamel- — altlamel o lameli /alt ► Prefijos procedentes del b. l. lamella, dim. de la voz l. lamina, lámina …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • lamel — lam·el (lamґəl) lamella (def. 2) …   Medical dictionary

  • Lamel — 1. Tynd sporebærende flig på undersiden af svampe. 2. Tynd metalplade …   Danske encyklopædi

  • lamel — is., Fr. lamelle 1) Mikroskopla yapılan incelemede bazen lamların üstüne kapatılan dört köşe, küçük ve ince cam parçası 2) biy. Çok ince tabaka …   Çağatay Osmanlı Sözlük

  • lamel — lam·el …   English syllables

  • lamel — ˈlaməl noun ( s) Etymology: in sense 1, from Latin lamella; in sense 2, from New Latin lamella 1. : a thin plate 2 …   Useful english dictionary

  • Lamel Hill — Lamel Hill, once known as Heslington Hill, is located to the south east of the centre of York. It is the location of The Retreat and of the northern part of Walmgate Stray. It is best known for having been the location of a Parliamentary gun… …   Wikipedia

  • Lamel, Simon von — (1776 1845)    Bohemian merchant. He established a wool factory in Prague and was ennobled in 1812 for his services to Austria during the Napoleonic Wars. He was a benefactor of various Jewish causes …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

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