[leg-oh] /ˈlɛg oʊ/
a brand of plastic blocks that can be locked together, used as a children’s building toy.
noun, plural LEGOs. Also, Lego, lego
one of these blocks, usually as part of a set.
trademark a construction toy consisting of plastic bricks and other standardized components that fit together with studs
1954, proprietary name (in use since 1934, according to the company), from Danish phrase leg godt “play well.” The founder, Ole Kirk Christiansen, didn’t realize until later that the word meant “I study” or “I put together” in Latin.
[leg-uh-muht-n, -uh v-] /ˈlɛg əˈmʌt n, -əv-/ adjective 1. having the triangular shape of a leg of mutton: leg-of-mutton sail; a dress with leg-of-mutton sleeves. noun 1. (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.