[luhg-ee, loo g-ee, loo-gee]
- any wooden container with a lug, or handle, as a mug, a pail, or a dish with a handle on the side.
Origin of luggie
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Examples from the Web for luggie
The luggie, it must be observed, varies in size throughout the district.
We need hardly wonder at the fate of poor Luggie, considering the times.Witch Stories
E. Lynn (Elizabeth Lynn) Linton
In another part of the district, including Sarun, where the "luggie" is larger, the average produce is about one-third better.
Speaking of the produce in Tirhoot, the same gentleman says the "luggie," or measuring rod, varies throughout the district.
Jamieson says that the leader had to repeat a rhyme, and if he made a mistake, he in turn became Luggie.The Traditional Games of England, Scotland, and Ireland (Vol I of II)
Alice Bertha Gomme