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legging (often pl.) a covering of canvas, leather, or the like for the lower leg or sometimes the whole leg.
leggy having particularly long legs.
leghorn (usu. cap.) any of a Mediterranean breed of domestic chicken raised for its ability to lay many white eggs. [3 definitions]
legible capable of being deciphered; readable.
legion an ancient Roman army unit consisting of infantrymen combined with a relatively smaller number of cavalrymen. [4 definitions]
legionary of, referring to, or constituting a legion or legions. [2 definitions]
legionnaire a member of a legion such as the American Legion or Foreign Legion.
legislate to create a law or laws. [3 definitions]
legislation a bill or proposal enacted into law by a governing body. [2 definitions]
legislative relating to a branch of government having the power to pass laws. [2 definitions]
legislative branch the division of a government that determines and produces laws.
legislative district one of the electoral areas into which a region is divided. In each legislative district, voters elect a single person to represent the district in a larger legislative body.
legislator someone who makes laws, esp. a member of a legislative body.
legislature a governmental assembly authorized to make, change, or revoke the laws of a state or nation.
legit (slang) legitimate.
legitimacy the state or fact of being legitimate.
legitimate in accordance with the law or rules (used especially when the breaking of laws or rules is suspected). [6 definitions]
legitimatize to legitimate; legitimize.
legitimist one who supports legitimate authority, esp. that of a claim to a throne based on hereditary right.
legitimize to make or declare lawful or legal. [3 definitions]
legless combined form of leg.