lungis

noun

Definition of lungis

plural

-es

obsolete

  1. :  a dull lazy fellow :  lout

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Origin and Etymology of lungis

Middle French longis slow-moving person, tall awkward person (influenced in meaning by Middle French long, from Latin longus), from Late Latin Longinus, Roman soldier who according to an apocryphal gospel (Gospel of Nicodemus 7:8) pierced Christ's side with a spear during the crucifixion


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