Variant of lazy
- not eager or willing to work or exert oneself; indolent; slothful
- slow and heavy; sluggish: a lazy river
- tending to cause laziness: a lazy day
- ☆ designating or of a letter or figure placed on its side in a livestock brand
Origin: Early ModE, probably from Middle Low German or MDu, as inch(es) Middle Low German lasich, slack, loose from Indo-European les-, slack, tired, akin to base an unverified form lēi-: see late
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