American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The ancient Celtic god of artisanship and warriors. He was said to be the father of Cuchulain.
- n. alternative spelling of Lugh.
- Old Irish. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“I heard about a superhero group in a role-playing game called the Lug Nuts.”
“Proper L£Yl»fiN, a city of Holland, fuppofed Syria and Paleftine, extending from the tQ be the fame which Ptolemy calls Lug -.”
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“United Airlines 'new Door-to-Door Baggage service takes the' Lug 'out of Luggage”
“Is that how things look after a person has had a few Lug Treads?”
“In another puzzle the clue "Lug Laboriously" led to the Yiddish word schlep.”
“Lug-Wrenchoth will be ripping the fabric of space-time, too ...”
“Meep was more sentient, and until Lazarus can wipe his own butt, my name for him is Lug.”
“Their grandson Lug Poche established a slaughterhouse there in 1962.”
“A twist from later in the movie (in the comics, it was issue number nine) almost puts him in the Big Lug category -- though any empathy is nuked by his rape attempt and multiple, out-of-control shooting-sprees.”
“Lug is either too drugged or stupid to understand that Americans are in desperate need and they understand what it means for BO to fail would mean disaster for America and Americans.”
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