Langrage meaning

lănggrĭj
A type of shot consisting of scrap iron loaded into a case and formerly used in naval warfare to damage sails and rigging.
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(historical) A type of irregularly shaped shot used in naval battles to damage rigging and sails.
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Scraps of metal used to fire at an enemy in naval warfare.
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Origin of langrage

  • Origin unknown

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition