- a slow-burning match or torch
Etymology: Dutch lont.
- 1969: Bent down and saw I was right. A lunt up the bugger"s nose. A lunt? said Doctor Copper. Almost as long as your left forefinger, yes, said his visitor. Still burning. " Robert Nye, Tales I Told My Mother
- smoke with flames, especially from a pipe
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