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Examples from the Web for luggages
But for a four-wheeler as takes families and their luggages, he's the very horse.
Peppino was present, but effaced himself by helping Carmelo with what he calls my “luggages.”
British Dictionary definitions for luggages
- suitcases, trunks, etc, containing personal belongings for a journey; baggage
C16: perhaps from lug 1, influenced in form by baggage
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Word Origin and History for luggages
1590s, from lug (v.) "to drag" + -age; so, literally "what has to be lugged about" (or, in Johnson's definition, "any thing of more weight than value"). In 20c., the usual word for "baggage belonging to passengers."
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper