Definition of Lugger. Meaning of Lugger. Synonyms of Lugger

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Definition of Lugger

Lugger
Lugger Lug"ger, n. (Naut.) A small vessel having two or three masts, and a running bowsprit, and carrying lugsails. See Illustration in Appendix. --Totten.
Lugger
Lugger Lug"ger, n. (Zo["o]l.) An Indian falcon (Falco jugger), similar to the European lanner and the American prairie falcon.

Meaning of Lugger from wikipedia

- A lugger is a sailing vessel defined by its rig, using the lug sail on all of its one or several masts. They were widely used as working craft, particularly...
- Lugger may refer to: Lugger, a type of small sailing vessel Alexander Lugger (b. 1968), Austrian ski mountaineer 7723 Lugger, a Mars-crossing asteroid...
- The Drascombe Lugger is a British trailerable sailboat that was designed by John L. Watkinson and first built in 1968. The Drascombe Lugger design is the...
- Broome Pearling Lugger Pidgin is a pidgin that sprang up in Broome, Western Australia in the early 20th century to facilitate communication between the...
- Alexander Lugger (born 8 May 1968) is an Austrian ski mountaineer and coach of the national team. Lugger was born in Lienz. He started ski mountaineering...
- improve the insulation of the teapot. A special tea cosy is the so-called tea lugger, which enables the hot teapot to be carried around easily. Tea cosies may...
- Once Aboard the Lugger is a 1920 British silent comedy film directed by Gerald Ames and Gaston Quiribet and starring E. Holman Clark, Eileen Dennes and...
- Mystery was a Mount's Bay lugger which made a voyage to Australia in 1854/55. Her p****age to Cape Town was so fast that she was commissioned to take mail...
- are referred to as luggers, including the New Orleans Lugger (or Oyster Lugger).:358-363 Because 2 masted traditional British luggers were often derived...
- Lugger Glacier (76°58′00″S 160°50′00″E / 76.96667°S 160.83333°E / -76.96667; 160.83333Coordinates: 76°58′00″S 160°50′00″E / 76.96667°S 160.83333°E...
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