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First published 1963 (DOST Vol. III).
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Luginnar, n. [f. Lug(e)in(g n.] One who provides temporary accommodation for travellers etc., one who takes in lodgers. = Lugear n. — 1503 Acts II. 243/1.
That all prowest & balȝeis … avis with thar luginnaris & hostillaris … anent the lugin, the honesty tharof & the price that sall be pait tharfore

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