noun, plural LEGOs. Also Lego, lego.
Origin of LEGO
Examples from the Web for lego
“No,” the clearly annoyed 77-year-old star of The Shawshank Redemption and The Lego Movie told The Daily Beast.
LEGO has succeeded in convincing itself and its public that its brand is endearingly and refreshingly neutral.
One easy answer lies in the patrilineal history of LEGO itself.
With this new development, LEGO tacitly undermined its own claims to neutrality.
But why did it take this long for LEGO to create a set of female scientists in the first place?
It was divided into centuries, each led by a centurion; and the whole body together was called a legion, from lego, to choose.Young Folks' History of Rome|Charlotte Mary Yonge
Lego eisdem libros meos episcopales, majorem et minorem, quos ego compilavi.Old English Libraries|Ernest Savage
British Dictionary definitions for lego
Word Origin for Lego
Word Origin and History for lego
1954, proprietary name (in use since 1934, according to the company), from Danish phrase leg godt "play well." The founder, Ole Kirk Christiansen, didn't realize until later that the word meant "I study" or "I put together" in Latin.