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Dutch licht

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lig (ligter, ligste)

  1. (of weight) light; not heavy
    Die tas is lig. (The suitcase is light.)
  2. (of color or complexion) light; pale; not dark
    Hy dra 'n ligblou hemp. (He wears a light blue shirt.)

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lig

  1. light

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From Old Norse líkr.

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Lig (neuter ligt or lig, definite and plural lig)

  1. equal to
  2. like, similar to

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From Old Norse lík (body).

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Lig n. (singular definite Liget, plural indefinite Lig)

  1. body, corpse
  2. crock (an old or broken-down vehicle)
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From Old Norse lík (leech).

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Lig n. (singular definite Liget, plural indefinite Lig)

  1. Patrono:Nautical leech
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See ligge (to lie).

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  • IPA: /leg/, [leɡ̊]

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Lig

  1. Imperative of ligge.

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Lig

  1. The first-person singular present indicative of liggen.
  2. The imperative of liggen.

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From Germanic *lougiz. Cognate with Old High German loug, Old Norse lǫygr, log, loga "flame, low". More at low

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līġ m (plural līgas)

  1. fire; flame

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  • Middle English leye

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Lig

  1. league (organization of sports teams)


This Turkish entry was created from the translations listed at league. It may be less reliable than other entries, and may be missing parts of speech or additional senses. Please also see Lig in the Turkish Wiktionary. This notice will be removed when the entry is checked. (more information) November 2009


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lig

  1. liquor

fr:lig io:lig ku:lig hu:lig nl:lig no:lig pl:lig ru:lig fi:lig tr:lig vi:lig

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