lig' a ment, a strong band or cord binding two structures together.
On the afternoon of 5th December the left centre breaks, and crowds of discomfited men stream northward down the lig valley.
In the first place, we never used to like in the sense of to lie, the nearest approach to it is to lig.
Nay, mother, aw've nooan sell'd up, but aw'm ommost done up: get that bed ready an' let me lig me daan a bit.
lignum, lig′num, n. wood as contrasted with soft tissues or with bark.