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longe

[ luhnj, lonj ]
/ lʌndʒ, lɒndʒ /
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noun
a long rope used to guide a horse during training or exercise.
verb (used with object), longed, longe·ing.
to train or exercise (a horse) by use of a longe.
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Origin of longe

<French, Old French: noun use of longe (adj.) <Latin longa, feminine of longuslong1

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH longe

long, longe , lounge, lunge
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British Dictionary definitions for longe

longe
/ (lʌndʒ, lɒndʒ) /

noun
an older variant of lunge 2

Word Origin for longe

C17: via Old French from Latin longus long 1
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