a one- or two-person sled for coasting or racing down a chute, used especially in Europe.
verb (used without object), luged, luging.
to go or race on a luge:
to luge at nearly 70 miles per hour.
a racing toboggan on which riders lie on their backs, descending feet first
(intransitive) to ride on a luge
kind of small toboggan, 1905, from French luge “small coasting sled,” from Savoy dialect, from Medieval Latin sludia “sled” (9c.), perhaps from a Gaulish word from the same root as English sled, slide.
/ˈlʌɡˌhəʊl/ noun 1. (Brit) an informal word for ear1 See also lug2 (sense 4)
/ˈluːnasa/ noun 1. an ancient Celtic festival held on Aug 1. It is also celebrated by modern pagans Also called Lammas
noun A stupid person: lugheads lifting weights
[loo-muh-nair] /ˌlu məˈnɛər/ Trademark. 1. a lighting unit consisting of one or more electric lamps with all of the necessary parts and wiring. noun an electrical light and its components; an electrical lighting fixture Word Origin French ‘lighting’ n. electric light, 1921, from French luminaire, from Old French luminarie (see luminary).