Definition of Laggens
1. laggen [n] - See also: laggen
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Laggens
Literary usage of Laggens
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Publications by English Dialect Society (1894)
"Lagger, sb. ' A litter, a mess.'—S. Warw. Provin. The Shrop. Word-bk. has laggens (of wood) and ..."
2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1892)
"... laggens—and beneath it the deas or dais, a closed cupboard. A box-bed filled up other parts of the wall. The spence was the state-room, where slept the ..."
3. Poems of Rural Life in the Dorset Dialect by William Barnes (1862)
"... wi' ribbon in a bow; An' drow'd his kitty-boots azide, An' put his laggens on, an' tied His shoes wi' strings two vingers wide, Because 'twer Easter ..."
4. The English Peasant: Studies: Historical, Local, and Biographic by Richard Heath (1893)
"... An' tied his breeches' lags below The knee, wi' ribbon in a bow ; An' drow'd his kitty-boots azide, An' put his laggens on, an' tied His shoes wi' ..."
5. Poems of Rural Life, in the Dorset Dialect: With a Dissertation and Glossary by William Barnes (1844)
"... lags below The knee, wi' ribbon in a bow ; An' drow'd my kitty-boots azide, An' put my laggens on, and tied My shoes wi' ribbon hafe inch wide, ..."