Lubbard
Lubbard \Lub"bard\, n. [See {Lubber}.] A lubber. [Obs.] --Swift. [1913 Webster]

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  • lubbard — lub·bard …   English syllables

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  • lubber — {{11}}lubber (n.) mid 14c., big, clumsy, stupid fellow who lives in idleness, from lobre, earlier lobi lazy lout, probably of Scandinavian origin (Cf. Swed. dialectal lubber a plump, lazy fellow ). But OED suggests a possible connection with O.Fr …   Etymology dictionary

  • lubberd — lubberd, lubber d obs. forms of lubbard …   Useful english dictionary

  • lubber'd — lubberd, lubber d obs. forms of lubbard …   Useful english dictionary

  • lubbert — variant of lubbard …   Useful english dictionary

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