[luhg-ij] /ˈlʌg ɪdʒ/
suitcases, trunks, etc.; baggage.
suitcases, trunks, etc, containing personal belongings for a journey; baggage
1590s, from lug (v.) “to drag” + -age; so, literally “what has to be lugged about” (or, in Johnson’s definition, “any thing of more weight than value”). In 20c., the usual word for “baggage belonging to passengers.”
[luhg] /lʌg/ verb (used with object), lugged, lugging. 1. to pull or carry with force or effort: to lug a suitcase upstairs. 2. to introduce or interject in an inappropriate or irrelevant manner: to lug personalities into a discussion of philosophy. 3. (of a sailing ship) to carry an excessive amount of (sail) for the […]
- Luggage van
noun 1. (Brit) a railway carriage used to transport passengers’ luggage, bicycles, etc US and Canadian name baggage car
[luhg-er] /ˈlʌg ər/ noun, Nautical. 1. a small ship lug-rigged on two or three masts. /ˈlʌɡə/ noun 1. (nautical) a small working boat rigged with a lugsail n. “small fishing or coasting boat,” 1757, from lugsail (see lug (n.)) or else from Dutch logger “to fish with a dragnet.”
noun, Nautical. 1. a fore-and-aft topsail used above a lugsail.