Laggen-gird



[lag-uh n-gurd; Scot. lag-uh n-gird] /ˈlæg ənˌgɜrd; Scot. ˈlæg ənˌgɪrd/

noun, Scot. and North England.
1.
the bottom hoop securing the staves of a tub or barrel.
Idioms
2.
cast a laggen-gird, to sire an illegitimate child.

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