Lusk meaning

adjective
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A lazy or slothful person.

noun
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(obsolete) To be idle or unemployed.
verb
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Origin of lusk

  • From Middle English *lusk, from Old Norse lǫskr (“weak, idle”), from Proto-Germanic *laskwaz, *latskwaz (“sluggish, dull, lazy”), from Proto-Indo-European *lēid- (“to let, subside”). Cognate with Middle Dutch lasch (“flabby, loose”), Middle Low German lasch, las (“tired, dull”). See lash.

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