Leggin
Legging Leg"ging (l[e^]g"g[i^]ng), Leggin Leg"gin (l[e^]g"g[i^]n), n. [From {Leg}.] A cover for the leg, like a long gaiter. [1913 Webster]

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  • Leggin — This interesting and unusual name is one of the diminutive forms of the surname Legg(e) , which is found mainly in the southern counties of England, particularly Devonshire. The name derives from the Middle English legg , leg, a development of… …   Surnames reference

  • leggin — noun see legging …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • leggin — noun legging …   Wiktionary

  • leggin — leg·gin …   English syllables

  • leggin — noun see legging …   Useful english dictionary

  • Leggings — Leggins * * * Lẹg|gings 〈Pl.〉 = Leggins * * * Lẹg|gings, Lẹg|gins <Pl.> [engl. leggin(g)s, zu: leg = Bein]: einer Strumpfhose ohne Füßlinge ähnliches Kleidungsstück für Frauen u. Mädchen. * * * Leggings   [ legɪȖz; englisch »Gamaschen«,… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Leggins — Leggings * * * Lẹg|gins 〈Pl.〉 oV Leggings 1. 〈urspr.〉 vom Knöchel bis zum Oberschenkel reichende Ledergamaschen nordamerikan. Indianer 2. 〈heute〉 modisch bunte Überziehstrümpfe, die von den Fußknöcheln bis zu den Oberschenkeln reichen [engl.; zu …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Legan — This interesting and unusual name is one of the diminutive forms of the surname Legg(e) , which is found mainly in the southern counties of England, particularly Devonshire. The name derives from the Middle English legg , leg, a development of… …   Surnames reference

  • Legen — This interesting and unusual name is one of the diminutive forms of the surname Legg(e) , which is found mainly in the southern counties of England, particularly Devonshire. The name derives from the Middle English legg , leg, a development of… …   Surnames reference

  • Leggan — This interesting and unusual name is one of the diminutive forms of the surname Legg(e) , which is found mainly in the southern counties of England, particularly Devonshire. The name derives from the Middle English legg , leg, a development of… …   Surnames reference

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