lupin lupin  /ˈlu pən/


  • (n) any plant of the genus Lupinus; bearing erect spikes of usually purplish-blue flowers


  • Devil's paintbrush, daisies, lupin, blowing in the hay grass, quickly sprouted and gone, lovely but not to be sentimentalized, the dependable product of sun, rain and horse .


  • Pimco's Rahman on Emerging Market Investments

    May 24 (Bloomberg) -- Lupin Rahman, executive vice president on Pacific Investment Management Co.'s emerging-markets portfolio, talks about investment strategy. Rahman speaks with Sara Eisen and Tom Keen on Bloomberg Television's "Surveillance."
    on June 7, 2013     Source: Bloomberg


  1. "Fred (Weasley, brother of Harry's friend Ron), Lupin (a former teacher at Hogwarts, the school for wizards and witches that Harry attended) and Tonks (Lupin's wife) really caused me a lot of pain," Rowling says. "Lupin and Tonks were two who...
    on Jul 26, 2007 By: JK Rowling Source: The News Journal

  2. Winning trainer Elie Lellouche said "I like him a lot - he could be a 'crack'. The main target is the Prix du Jockey Club and he will have another race before. We would have considered the Prix Lupin but it no longer exists so we will see how he...
    on Apr 11, 2010 By: Elie Lellouche Source: Racing Post

  3. "We were on South Island in New Zealand, staying in log cabins, and Zelfa filled her place with lupin flowers, and got a sushi chef. We even had a chocolate cake," says Anna.
    on Jun 14, 2008 By: Anna Popplewell Source: Times Online

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