Definition of Leglen
1. leglan [n -S] - See also: leglan
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Literary usage of Leglen
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Extraordinary men: their boyhood and early life by William Russell (1853)
"In this history, there are some lines referring to a circumstance in the life of the heroic chieftain, in connexion with leglen Wood, Ayrshire:— " Syne to ..."
2. Publications by English Dialect Society (1894)
"Ilk ane lifts her leglen an hies her awa." Old Song on the Battle of Flodden. LEIGHTON, a garden. Only found in Northumberland in place-names, ..."
3. The Works of Robert Burns by Robert Burns (1839)
"In those boyish days I remember, in particular, being struck with that part of Wallace's story where these lines occur— " Syne to the leglen wood, ..."