baggage

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1bag·gage

noun \ˈba-gij\

Definition of BAGGAGE

1
:  suitcases, trunks, and personal belongings of travelers :  luggage
2
:  transportable equipment especially of a military force
3
:  intangible things (as feelings, circumstances, or beliefs) that get in the way <emotional baggage>

Origin of BAGGAGE

Middle English bagage, from Middle French, from bagues belongings, baggage
First Known Use: 15th century

2baggage

noun

Definition of BAGGAGE

1
:  a contemptible woman; especially :  prostitute
2
:  a young woman

Origin of BAGGAGE

probably modification of Middle French bagasse, from Old Occitan bagassa
First Known Use: 1594

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