Legging
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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  • Legging — may refer to:* Leggings, a type of clothing. * Legging (canals), a means of propelling boats through canal tunnels …   Wikipedia

  • Legging — Leg ging, a. & vb. n., from {Leg}, v. t. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • legging — (ingl.; pronunc. [légin]) m., gralm. pl. Pantalones de tejido fino y elástico que se ajustan al cuerpo. ≃ Malla …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • legging — (n.) extra outer covering to protect the leg, 1763, from LEG (Cf. leg) (n.). Related: Leggings …   Etymology dictionary

  • legging — [leg′iŋ, leg′in] n. 1. a covering of canvas, leather, etc. for protecting the leg below the knee 2. [pl.] a child s outer garment with legs, worn in cold weather 3. [pl.] a tightfitting garment like tights but without feet, varying in length from …   English World dictionary

  • legging — {{#}}{{LM L23581}}{{〓}} {{SynL24162}} {{[}}legging{{]}} {{■}}(ing.){{□}} {{《}}▍ s.m.{{》}} Prenda de vestir que consiste en un malla ceñida al cuerpo desde la cintura a los tobillos. {{★}}{{\}}PRONUNCIACIÓN:{{/}} [léguin].… …   Diccionario de uso del español actual con sinónimos y antónimos

  • Legging — Recorded in many forms which seemingly include: Le Guin. Legahon, Legion, Leggan, Leggen, Legging, Legon, Leggon, Leghan, and Leghorn, this is probably an Anglo French surname. It would seem to have at least two possible origins. The first is… …   Surnames reference

  • legging — or leggin noun Date: 1751 a covering (as of leather or cloth) for the leg usually used in plural; also tights …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Legging — Leggings …   Wikipédia en Français

  • legging — legginged, adj. /leg ing/, n. 1. a covering for the leg, usually extending from the ankle to the knee but sometimes higher, worn by soldiers, riders, workers, etc. Cf. chaps, gaiter, puttee. 2. leggings, (used with a pl. v.) a. close fitting knit …   Universalium

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