lam pion

lampion

[lam-pee-uhn]
noun
a small lamp, especially a small oil lamp with a tinted glass chimney, formerly very popular as a source of illumination on carriages.

Origin:
1840–50; < French < Italian lampione carriage or street light, augmentative of lampa lamp

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lampion (ˈlæmpɪən)
 
n
an oil-burning lamp
 
[C19: from French via Italian lampione, from Old French lampelamp]

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