[lã'põ:] die (Plur.)
<aus fr. lampons »lasst uns trinken, zechen« zu lamper »zechen, übermäßig trinken«>
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  • lampon — (lan pon) s. m. Brocard, vaudeville. •   Et n était pas un de la troupe Qui ne chantât des léridas, Des lampons...., SCARRON Virg. I. •   On dit qu il court des lampons fort spirituels et fort satiriques sur le prompt retour du roi, BAYLE Lett. à …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • Lampoon — Lam*poon , n. [F. lampon a drinking song, fr. lampons let us drink, the burden of such a song, fr. lamper to guzzle, to drink much and greedily; of German origin, and akin to E. lap to drink. Prob. so called because drinking songs often contain… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • lampoon — lampooner, lampoonist, n. lampoonery, n. /lam poohn /, n. 1. a sharp, often virulent satire directed against an individual or institution; a work of literature, art, or the like, ridiculing severely the character or behavior of a person, society …   Universalium

  • lamper — [ lɑ̃pe ] v. tr. <conjug. : 1> • 1642; forme nasalisée de laper ♦ Fam. Boire d un trait ou à grandes gorgées. ⇒ siffler. Il sirotait son vin « quand les autres lampaient le leur » (Barbey). ● lamper verbe transitif (forme nasalisée de… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • lampon — [lɑ̃pɔ̃] n. m. ÉTYM. 1648, Scarron; de lampons, impér. du v. lamper « buvons ! ». ❖ ♦ Vx. Couplet de chanson (chansons à boire, chansons satiriques), au XVIIe siècle …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • mpons — grimpons interrompons lampons rampons regrimpons retrempons rompons trempons trompons …   Dictionnaire des rimes

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  • lampoon — lam|poon [læmˈpu:n] v [T] [Date: 1600 1700; : French; Origin: lampon, probably from lampons let us drink (used in drinking songs), from lamper to drink ] to criticize someone or something in a humorous way that makes them seem stupid ▪ The Prime… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • lampoon — {{11}}lampoon (n.) 1640s, from Fr. lampon (17c.), of unknown origin, said by French etymologists to be from lampons let us drink, popular refrain for scurrilous 17c. songs, from lamper to drink, guzzle, a nasalized form of laper to lap, from a… …   Etymology dictionary

  • lampoon — [lam pu:n] verb publicly satirize or ridicule. noun a satirical attack. Derivatives lampooner noun lampoonist noun Origin C17: from Fr. lampon, said to be from lampons let us drink …   English new terms dictionary

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