Definition of ligger
1 dialectal, England : a float that usually consists of a bundle of reeds with baited line attached for pike fishing
2 dialectal, England : a footbridge (as a plank) across a ditch or drain
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Origin and Etymology of ligger
lig, ligg + -er
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