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Date: 1900-2000
Origin: Probably from lunk; LUNKHEAD

lug

2 noun
     
lug2 [countable]
1 [usually plural] a part of something that sticks out and can be used as a handle or a support
2 British English humorous an ear [= lughole]
3 American English a rough, stupid, or awkward person:
You big lug!

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