lubb

lubb

 [lub]
a syllable used to represent, or mimic, the first heart sound.

lubb

[lub]
a syllable used to represent the first heart sound in auscultation, which is longer and has a lower pitch than the second heart sound. See also heart sound.

lubb

a syllable used to represent, or mimic, the first sound of the heart in auscultation. See also heart sounds.

lubb-dupp
two syllables used to mimic the first (lubb) and second (dupp) sounds of the heart in auscultation.
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RAWALPINDI, May 25 -- Four months down the road Mohammad Afsar was shot dead allegedly by his sister-in-law Azra Bibi over a family brawl in village Lubb on January 24, but Rawalpindi police are yet to come up with anything solid on the basis of findings of their investigation into the case.
Division One: Bill'm Wndrs 0, Hartlepool 4 (A Ross, D Lubb, S Ross 2); Dormans 0, BEADS 1 (C Birks); Fishburn Park 2 (OG, J Draper), Thornaby Ath 1 (D Fixter); Nunthorpe Ath 4 (OG, P Boldison 3), Whinney Banks 3 (L Thompson 3); Richmond 1 (G Thirling), Grangetown BC 0.
907, a mystic of Baghdad, who posits a progression from sadr-islam, qalb-iman, fu ad-ma rifa to lubb, the abode of tawhid.
University of Tehran, shin, 2/319); and the Lubb al-Albab of Muhammad Taqi Sipahani.
Lubb is a common word meaning "kernel" or, according to the dictionaries, anything of which the outside is thrown away and the inside eaten; specifically mentioned are pistachio nuts and almonds.