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Andrew Lamb (c. 1565—1634) bishop of Galloway

Annabel Lamb

Benjamin Lamb (fl. c. 1705—1725) composer

Bobby Lamb (b. 1931)

Canterbury Lambs

Charles Lamb (1775—1834) essayist

Charles Lamb Kenney (1821—1881) author and playwright

David T. Lamb

Douglas Moray Cooper Lamb Argyll Robertson (1837—1909) ophthalmic surgeon

Edward Buckton Lamb (1806—1869) architect

Elizabeth Lamb (1751—1818) political hostess and agricultural improver

ewe lamb

Frederick James Lamb (1782—1853) diplomatist

George Lamb (1784—1834) politician and writer

Gil Lamb (1904—1995)

Henry Lamb (1883—1960) painter

Hubert Horace Lamb (1913—1997) climatologist

John Lamb (1789—1850) college head and dean of Bristol

John Lamb (1735—1800)

Jonathan Lamb

Lady Caroline Lamb (1785—1828) novelist




Lamb catalogue

Lamb Lies Down On Broadway (Genesis album)

Lamb Of God

Lamb, Paul, And The King Snakes

Lamb shift


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A lamb symbolizes youth and innocence; in Christian art, seen also as a sacrificial animal, it is emblematic of Jesus Christ (the Lamb of God, see John 1:29).

A lamb is the emblem of St Agnes and St John the Baptist.

like a lamb to the slaughter as a helpless victim.

See also ewe lamb, God tempers the wind to the shorn lamb, one might as well be hanged for a sheep as a lamb, Larry the Lamb, March comes in like a lion, and goes out like a lamb, Paschal Lamb at paschal.

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