[luhg-er] /ˈlʌg ər/
a small ship lug-rigged on two or three masts.
(nautical) a small working boat rigged with a lugsail
“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.
[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 […]
[luhg-ee, loo g-ee, loo-gee] /ˈlʌg i, ˈlʊg i, ˈlu gi/ noun, Scot. 1. any wooden container with a , or handle, as a mug, a pail, or a dish with a handle on the side.
/luːˈsaɪnə/ noun 1. (Roman myth) a title or name given to Juno as goddess of childbirth Roman goddess of childbirth, from Latin Lucina, literally “she that brings to the light,” fem. of lucinus, from lux (see light (n.)).