[leg-uh-muht-n, -uh v-] /ˈlɛg əˈmʌt n, -əv-/
having the triangular shape of a leg of mutton:
leg-of-mutton sail; a dress with leg-of-mutton sleeves.
(modifier) (of a sail, sleeve, etc) tapering sharply or having a triangular profile
[leg-uh-gloh-bin] /ˈlɛg əˌgloʊ bɪn/ noun, Biochemistry. 1. .
“Application of MP/3 to the Design and Implementation of LEGOL, A Legally Oriented Language”, S.H. Mandil et al, Intl Symp Programming, Paris 1974.
[luh-gawng, -gong] /ləˈgɔŋ, -ˈgɒŋ/ noun 1. an elegant Balinese dance-pantomime performed by several girls in elaborate costumes.
[leg-poo l] /ˈlɛgˌpʊl/ noun 1. an amusing hoax, practical joke, or the like: The entire story was a hilarious leg-pull. noun 1. (Brit, informal) a practical joke or mild deception noun The act of deceiving or fooling someone; put-on: the wisecrack and the gag, the leg pull and the hotfoot (1915+)