from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The angle between the side and the bottom of a wooden dish.
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_Legen_ or _leggen_ is not understood to have any affinity in its etymology to the word _leg_, but is _laggen_, that part of the staves which projects from the bottom of the barrel, or of the child's _luggie_, out of which he sups his oatmeal _parritch_; and the _girth_, _gird_, or hoop, that by which the vessel at this particular place is firmest bound together.
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_coggie_, and to its inmost recesses surrounded by the _laggen girth_.
The _laggen_ they hae clautet. "which means, that at last, whether through pride, hunger, or long fasting, the appetite had become so keen, that all, even to the last particle of the