[loo-goo-bree-uh s, -gyoo-] /lʊˈgu bri əs, -ˈgyu-/
mournful, dismal, or gloomy, especially in an affected, exaggerated, or unrelieved manner:
lugubrious songs of lost love.
excessively mournful; doleful
c.1600, from Latin lugubris “mournful, pertaining to mourning,” from lugere “to mourn,” from PIE root *leug- “to break; to cause pain” (cf. Greek lygros “mournful, sad,” Sanskrit rujati “breaks, torments,” Lettish lauzit “to break the heart”). Related: Lugubriously; lugubriousness.
[luhg-wurm] /ˈlʌgˌwɜrm/ noun 1. any burrowing annelid of the genus Arenicola, of ocean shores, having tufted gills: used as bait for fishing. /ˈlʌɡˌwɜːm/ noun 1. any polychaete worm of the genus Arenicola, living in burrows on sandy shores and having tufted gills: much used as bait by fishermen Sometimes shortened to lug Also called lobworm […]
noun 1. a wrench for loosening or tightening lug nuts. noun 1. a spanner with a lug or lugs projecting from its jaws to engage the component to be rotated
made of boards, a Moabitish place between Zoar and Horonaim (Isa. 15:5; Jer. 48:5).
/ˈlʊəmən/ noun 1. Baz (Mark Anthony). born 1962, Australian film director and screenwriter; his films include Strictly Ballroom (1992), Romeo and Juliet (1996), Moulin Rouge (2001), Australia (2008), and The Great Gatsby (2013)