legged

adjective leg·ged \ ˈle-gəd also ˈlā- , British usually ˈlegd \
Updated on: 17 Nov 2017

Definition of legged

: having a leg or legs especially of a specified kind or number often used in combination
  • a four-legged animal

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First Known Use of legged

14th century


LEGGED Defined for English Language Learners

legged

adjective

Definition of legged for English Language Learners

  • : having legs of a specified type or number


LEGGED Defined for Kids

legged

adjective leg·ged \ ˈle-gəd , ˈlegd \

Definition of legged for Students

: having legs especially of a certain kind or number
  • four-legged

Medical Dictionary

legged

adjective leg·ged \ ˈleg-əd, ˈlāg-, British usually ˈlegd \

medical Definition of legged

: having a leg or legs especially of a specified kind or number often used in combination
  • a four-legged animal

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