A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)

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Lug, Loge, n.2 [Cf. prec. and Lug v. and e.m.E. (a 1652) at luggs in the same use.] In (others) luggis, in conflict, at odds, fighting, ? at one anothers' ears. — We haiff chosin rather … be satling off thir debaitis … nor … to leff your lordschip vith thais (ye augcht for sindre respectis to luff best) in luggis, as the prouerb is; 1602 Misc. Spald. C. II. 290.
And he says he would no for him; and sua, or I wist, thay wer in otheres loges; and in comes Johnne Moat, and sa they wer red without skaith; 1614 Lanark B. Rec. 121.

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