Definition of Laggin

1. laggen [n -S] - See also: laggen



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Laggin

lagers
lagerstätte
lagerstätten
laggard
laggardly
laggardness
laggardnesses
laggards
lagged
laggen
laggens
lagger
laggers
laggier
laggiest
laggin (current term)
lagging
lagging strand
laggingly
laggings
laggins
laggy
lagnappe
lagnappes
lagniappe
lagniappes
lagobolon
lagobolons
lagochiline
lagochilines

Literary usage of Laggin

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1. Practical Tunnelling by Frederick Walter Simms, Daniel Kinnear Clark (1896)
"... between the two sides of the brickwork, AA) keys in the arch over the first short cross or keying-in laggin; which done, he places a second cross laggin ..."

2. The Scottish Gallovidian Encyclopedia by John Mactaggart (1876)
"laggin—That part of a wooden vessel, in which the bottom rests. laggin-GIRD—That gird round the " lagging or "staps" which compose the sides of the bottom ..."

3. Publications by English Dialect Society (1880)
"... c.,N. a brood of chickens laggin, G. the end of the stave or other fowls. Lag-ma-last, c. always behind. Laird, s. landowner, yeoman. ..."

4. Scribners Monthly (1878)
"... 1 You alluz is a-laggin'— Mus" be you think T's dead, You's mos' too lazy to draw yo' bref, Let 'lone drawin de waggin. De ladies don't submit 'at— Dis ..."

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