Nautical A lugsail.
A projecting part of a larger piece that helps to provide traction, as on a tire or the sole of a boot.
A copper or brass fitting to which electrical wires can be soldered or otherwise connected.
Slang A clumsy fool; a blockhead.
To drag or haul (an object) laboriously.
To pull or drag with short jerks.
To cause (an engine, for example) to run poorly or hesitate: If you drive too slowly in third gear, you'll lug the engine.
To pull something with difficulty; tug.
To move along by jerks or as if under a heavy burden.
To run poorly or hesitate because of strain. Used of an engine: The motor lugs on hills.
Archaic The act of lugging.
Archaic Something lugged.
A box for shipping fruit or vegetables.