- a small racing sled on which one or two riders lie face up with the feet forward
- the winter sport of racing on a luge
Origin: Fr from dialect, dialectal (esp. inch(es) Savoy and Switzerland), probably ultimately from Gaulish
- luger noun
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- A racing sled for one or two people that is ridden with the rider or riders lying supine.
- A competition in which these sleds race against a clock.
Origin: French dialectal, from Medieval Latin sludia, perhaps of Celtic origin.
- luge verb
- lugˈer noun