lungie

noun lung·ie \ˈləŋi\

Definition of lungie

plural

-s

Scottish

  1. :  murre

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Origin and Etymology of lungie

Norwegian langve, langvi, lomvi, from Old Norse langvē, from langr long + -vē, a bird; akin to Old High German wīo kite and perhaps to Old Norse veithr hunt, hunting, fishing — more at long, gain


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