Lug or LUG (see also
LUG) can refer to:
Lug (Beočin), a village in Serbia
Lug, Germany, a municipality in Germany
Lug (Tomislavgrad), a Croatian village in Herzegovina
Lug (deity), later spelled "Lugh", an ancient god in Irish mythology
* A lug sail is a four sided sail bent to a yard which is slung at about a third of its length from forward. It gives its name to the sailing craft
* A lug is a part of a bicycle.
* A lug is a part of
drumused in conjunction with tension rods and counter hoops to tension the drum head in relation to the shell.
* Lug handles are a kind of flattened knob attached to the side of pottery. Lugs may have small perforations to take a cord. They are sometimes found on prehistoric ceramics such as
Hemburyware, claw beakers, and boar spears.
* A lug is an architectural feature used from the
Middle Agesto at least the 17th century to allow listening from remote areas of a building.
lug (electrical connector)is a bolt on an enclosure tied to an electric potential within the enclosure, supporting the connection of a cable.
* A lug is a box or basket for vegetables or fruit, with a capacity of 28 to 40 pounds.
* A lug is a unit of measure for linear distance equal to a Rod or Fraction|1|320 of a
statute mile(old English). [http://home.hetnet.nl/mr_1/81/jhm.bonten/tables/anglosaxon/napolangsax.html] [http://www.unc.edu/~rowlett/units/dictL.html]
* Lugging an
internal combustion engineis to run it at overly low RPM's for the load being applied to it - potentially damaging the engine in the process.
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