lygger

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Middle English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From leggen, variant of leyen.

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lygger (plural lyggers)

  1. (rare) A prayerbook of great heftiness.
  2. (rare) A supporting base or beam (e.g. a mattress)
  3. (rare) A person who lives or hangs around a specified area.

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