- n. alternative spelling of LEGO.
- n. (trademark) a child's plastic construction set for making mechanical models
“When I learned today that Warner Bros is developing a film based on LEGO building blocks, my first thought was: hey, at least everyone knows what Lego is.”
“Alien LEGO by Arvo November 13, 2008 at 10:33 am Ã‚Â· Filed under Pictures, Lego, Movies & SciFi Arvo, the LEGO artist extraordinaire who made the awesome LEGO Iron Man we featured before on Neatorama also made this: the most realistic Alien ever built with LEGOs!”
“KockeFest will present the LEGO sumo championship, the world premiere of new V8 pneumatic engine made out of LEGO bricks, the working models of LEGO construction equipment and various Mindstorms robots, the mock-ups of building grounds, trains, pirates and LEGO Technic sets, two playing corners with awards for the best creations, Lego marketplace and more LEGO interesting features.”
“I LEGO N.Y. The iconic elements of New York City rendered in Lego.”
“He chose the name Lego from the Danish phrase leg godt, meaning "play well", unaware that, in Latin, lego means "I put together".”
“Christiansen created the word "Lego" in 1934 from the Danish words "leg godt" play well.”
“Lego began seeking adult advice through representatives it called "Lego Ambassadors.”
“Over time, a huge number of the well known stores, film characters and scenes have been recreated in Lego form, giving Star Wars fans old and young the chance to build and enjoy their favourite things from the Star Wars films. there were tiny scale sets and huge dioramas, and the selection has offered brilliant Star Wars Lego building blocks for e ach budget and interest.”
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