leggr

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Old Norse[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *lagjaz ‎(leg, thigh), from Proto-Indo-European *(ǝ)lak-, *lēk- ‎(leg, the main muscle of the arm or leg). Cognate with Lombardic lagi ‎(thigh).

Noun[edit]

leggr m (genitive leggjar, plural leggir)

  1. leg, stem

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