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Plural: lamellae, lamellas
A thin plate, sheet, membrane, scale, or layer.
A wide portable bowl used e.g. as a wash basin; washtub; lavor.
Alternatives: lich-gate, lich gate, lychgate, lych-gate, lych gate, wychgate, wych-gate, wych gate, lycugate, lycu-gate, lycu gate, lykegate, lyke-gate, lyke gate
Plural: lichgates, lich-gates, lich gates, lychgates, lych-gates, lych gates, wychgates, wych-gates, wych gates, lycugates, lycu-gates, lycu gates, lykegates, lyke-gates, lyke gates
A tunnel-like or underpass-like ornamental gateway protected with a roof.
—Surely you understand now, distinguished Mr∙ Superagent, why I could afford to release some smoke here and there in complete relaxedness. I knew about your movements from the first second you crossed the rampart. The forsaken ivy-overgrown southeastern lichgate, was it? (Context: Dr∙ Barton was smoking in a secret hideout inside a tomb house, releasing smoke clouds to a deserted evening cemetery. Still, he remained inconspicuous because he had a helper informing him about the impending presence of eventual comers. Source: J∙ Okram - The Mystery of the Rammed Key.)
A mysterious map with self-triggered glowing locations spots pointing to certain places.
—You've seen such or very similar maps, right? During your training in the Minaret. Is there any explanation needed on the subject?
—A lumap?— Hubert immediately recognised the handed-over frame.
—Exactly. A luminous map. Inactive for decades. I thought it was just a plain old paper printout.— Doctor Barton explained while pulling two large magnifying glasses with built-in light bulbs from the armchairs' sides. —Until it began to glow of its own accord. First, notice this locus over here, on the corner of Primavera and Padan Streets. (Source: J∙ Okram - The Mystery of the Rammed Key.)