Definition of lagan
: goods thrown into the sea with a buoy attached so that they may be found again
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YESTERDAY’S WORD — ALLAYING again agnail alga align allay ally allying anil lagan lain lanai laying liana lily ling liny lying yang illy inlay inly nail nyala gaily gain gala gall gill To purchase the Word Game book, visit WordGameBooks.com.
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Origin and Etymology of lagan
Middle French lagan or Medieval Latin laganum debris washed up from the sea
First Known Use: 1641See Words from the same year
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