legged

[ leg-id, legd ]
/ ˈlɛg ɪd, lɛgd /

adjective

having a specified number or kind of legs (often used in combination): two-legged; long-legged.
fitted with legs: a legged desk.

Origin of legged

late Middle English word dating back to 1425–75; see origin at leg, -ed3

Definition for legged (2 of 2)

leg
[ leg ]
/ lɛg /

noun

verb (used with object), legged, leg·ging.

to move or propel (a boat) with the legs: They legged the boat through the tunnel.

Verb Phrases

leg up, to help (someone) to mount a horse.

Origin of leg

1225–75; 1915–20 for def 10; Middle English < Old Norse leggr

OTHER WORDS FROM leg

leg·less, adjectiveleg·like, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for legged (1 of 2)

legged
/ (ˈlɛɡɪd, lɛɡd) /

adjective

  1. having a leg or legs
  2. (in combination)three-legged; long-legged

British Dictionary definitions for legged (2 of 2)

leg
/ (lɛɡ) /

noun

verb legs, legging or legged

(tr) obsolete to propel (a canal boat) through a tunnel by lying on one's back and walking one's feet along the tunnel roof
leg it informal to walk, run, or hurry

Derived forms of leg

leglike, adjective

Word Origin for leg

C13: from Old Norse leggr, of obscure origin
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Medicine definitions for legged

leg
[ lĕg ]

n.

One of the two lower limbs of the human body, especially the part between the knee and the foot.
A supporting part resembling a leg in shape or function.
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Idioms and Phrases with legged

leg

In addition to the idiom beginning with leg

  • leg up, a

also see:

  • arm and a leg
  • break a leg
  • on one's last legs
  • pull someone's leg
  • shake a leg
  • stretch one's legs
  • tail between one's legs
  • without a leg to stand on
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