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lamb

noun /lӕm/
a young sheep
cordero
The ewe has had three lambs.
its flesh eaten as food
cordero
a roast leg of lamb.
a lovable or gentle person, usually a child
persona bonachona; pobrecito
He’s so tired that he’s falling asleep – the poor little lamb!
lambskin noun the skin of a lamb with the wool left on it
piel de cordero
(also adjective) a lambskin coat.
lambswool /ˈlӕmz-/ noun a fine type of wool obtained from a lamb
lana de cordero
(also adjective) a lambswool sweater.
(Definition of lamb from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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