Definition of layboy
: a device that stacks and jogs into even piles sheets of pulp or paper received from cutters, ruling machines, paper machines, and printing presses —called also jogger
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Origin and Etymology of layboy
1lay + boy; probably from the fact that this work was formerly done by a boy
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