verb (used with object)
Origin of lager1
noun, verb (used with or without object) South African.
verb (used with or without object)
Origin of laager
Examples from the Web for lager
Contemporary Examples of lager
Help it all down with one of the many home-brewed beers—the lager and seasonal Christmas beer disappeared quickly at our table.Gal With a Suitcase
December 5, 2009
Historical Examples of lager
And, if his greeting were less friendly than usual, he was treated to a half of lager later in the day.Norse Tales and Sketches
Alexander Lange Kielland
What I'm afraid of is that I'll get the habit up here, and will be wanting Charlie to set out a silver candelabrum with my lager.Seven Keys to Baldpate
Earl Derr Biggers
In the war on tother side of the pond, is your sympathies for Lager or Pea soup?
The men could not be intimidated, and they were sent back to the Lager.On the right of the British line
"I wouldn't mind having a glass of lager beer," acknowledged the other.Strictly Business
Word Origin for lager
Word Origin for laager
1858, American English, short for lager beer (1845), from German Lagerbier "beer brewed for keeping" some months before being drunk, from Lager "storehouse" (see lair) + Bier "beer."