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  • oil lamp — n a lamp that works by burning oil …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Oil lamp — Neolithic stone lamps in Thousand Lamp Museum in Qiandeng town of Kunshan …   Wikipedia

  • oil lamp — noun a lamp that burns oil (as kerosine) for light • Syn: ↑kerosene lamp, ↑kerosine lamp • Hypernyms: ↑lamp • Hyponyms: ↑safety lamp, ↑Davy lamp • …   Useful english dictionary

  • Oil-lamp clock — 18th Century oil lamp clock Oil lamp clocks are clocks consisting of a graduated glass reservoir to hold oil usually whale oil, which burned cleanly and evenly supplying the fuel for a built in lamp. As the level in the reservoir dropped, it… …   Wikipedia

  • oil lamp — /ˈɔɪl læmp/ (say oyl lamp) noun a lamp in which an oil is used as a fuel …  

  • oil lamp — n. lamp that runs on oil instead of electricity …   English contemporary dictionary

  • oil lamp — noun a lamp using oil as fuel …   English new terms dictionary

  • oil lamp — noun a simple vessel used to produce light continuously for a period of time from a liquid fuel source …   Wiktionary

  • oil lamp — see pomiáana kima tsis …   Index of English subjects to blackfoot subjects

  • Ancient Roman oil lamp — Ancient Roman oil lamps were small devices, typically made of terra cotta, that were used by the ancient Romans for artificial light. They were fueled by olive oil, and had anywhere from one to a dozen wicks. Many had handles so they could be… …   Wikipedia

  • Lamp — may refer to one of the following :* An oil lamp, the original use of the term * Lamp (fixture), a light fixture (luminaire) such as a table lamp or reading lamp * Signal lamp, a device used for communication between ships *Fuel burning… …   Wikipedia

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