noun lag·an \ˈla-gən\

Definition of LAGAN

:  goods thrown into the sea with a buoy attached so that they may be found again

Variants of LAGAN

lag·an also lag·end \-gənd\

Origin of LAGAN

Middle French lagan or Medieval Latin laganum debris washed up from the sea
First Known Use: 1641

Rhymes with LAGAN


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