1. a bundle of clothes; always as lag of duds n.
2. weak liquor or wine.
|DSUE (8th edn) 662/2: late C.16–19.|
|Martin Mark-all E3: Lagge, water or pisse .|
4. see lage n.
(W.I.) in fig. use, to abuse, lit to urinate on, thus cognate with piss on v. (1)
|Moses Ascending (1984) 45: When the communication media tired lambasting the Blacks and the Paddies, they take a lag in Paki arse.|