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Verb: lug (lugged,lugging)  lúg
  1. Carry with difficulty
    "You'll have to lug this suitcase";
    - tote, tug, haul
  2. Obstruct
    "My nose is all lugged";
    - stuff, choke up, block
Noun: lug  lúg
  1. A sail with four corners that is hoisted from a yard that is oblique to the mast
    - lugsail
  2. A projecting piece that is used to lift, support or turn something
  3. Marine worms having a row of tufted gills along each side of the back; often used for fishing bait
    - lugworm, lobworm
  4. [Brit, informal] The sense organ for hearing and equilibrium
    - ear, earhole [informal], lughole [Brit, informal]
Noun: Lug
  1. (antiquity) ancient Celtic god
    - Lugh

Derived forms: lugs, lugged, lugging

Type of: back up, carry, Celtic deity, choke, choke off, clog, clog up, congest, fore-and-aft sail, foul, polychaete, polychaete worm, polychete, polychete worm, projection, receptor, sense organ, sensory receptor, transport

Antonym: unstuff

Part of: auditory system, bean [informal], bonce [Brit, informal], caput [technical], class Polychaeta, dome [informal], head, junk, lug wrench, lugger, napper [Brit, informal], nob [informal], noggin [informal], noodle [informal], nut [informal], Polychaeta, skull [informal], vestibular apparatus, vestibular system

Encyclopedia: Lug, Lodz Voivodeship