Definition of Legers
1. leger [n] - See also: leger
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Legers
Literary usage of Legers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Garfield family in England by William Phillimore W. Phillimore (1883)
"The villages of Ashby St. legers* and Kilsby are contiguous, and it is a matter of doubt which should be regarded as the original home of the family ..."
2. Criminal Trials by David Jardine (1835)
"various conspirators in the midland counties, but principally at his own house at Ashby St. legers, and at that of John Grant at Norbrook. ..."
3. The Badminton Magazine of Sports & Pastimes edited by Alfred Edward Thomas Watson (1897)
"legers BY ALFRED ET WATSON THE Derby is of course always the Derby, the great event of the racing year, in the eye of the world in general, ..."
4. The balance system of savings' bank accounts by double entry by John Craig (1845)
"The legers need not exceed the letters of the alphabet ... For, when the earlier legers shall have but few accounts remaining open, these may be transferred ..."
5. Northamptonshire Notes and Queries: An Illustrated Quarterly Journal by Christopher Alexander Markham (1888)
"Thomas Garfield, of Ashby S. legers . Prob. »7 April, 1557. a. Robert Garfield „ „ . Prob. 47 April, 1568. 3. Thomas Garfield „ „ Prob. ia Sept., 1601. 4. ..."