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steg

noun \ ˈsteg \

Definition of steg

plural -s
dialectal, British

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Origin and Etymology of steg

Middle English stegge, of Scandinavian origin; akin to Icelandic steggi drake, gander


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steg

intransitive verb \ " \

Definition of steg

chiefly Scottish

Origin and Etymology of steg

probably from 1steg


steg-

combining form
variants: or stego-

Definition of steg-

:covering plate or fold
  • stegodon
  • stegocarpous

Origin and Etymology of steg-

Greek stegē, stegos roof, from stegein to cover


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