Etymology
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lugger (n.)

"small two- or three-masted fishing or coasting boat" (also favored by smugglers), always with lug-sails, 1757, from lug-sail. Or else [OED] from Dutch logger, which is perhaps from Middle Dutch loggen "to fish with a dragnet."

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Definitions of lugger

lugger (n.)
small fishing boat rigged with one or more lugsails;
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