Laa"ger (lo"gər or lä"gər), n. [D., also leger. Cf. 2d Leaguer, Lair.]

A camp, esp. one with an inclosure of travelers' wagons for temporary defense. [South Africa]

Wagons . . . can be readily formed into a laager, a camp, by being drawn into a circle, with the oxen placed inside and so kept safe from the attacks of wild beasts.
James Bryce.


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Laa"ger, v. t. & i. [From Laager, n.]

To form into, or camp in, a laager, or protected camp.


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