Each of the limbs on which a person or animal walks and stands
Lee broke his leg
The half of the field (as divided lengthways through the pitch) away from which the batsman’s feet are pointed when standing to receive the ball
Travel by foot; walk
Assistance in mounting a horse or high object
(Of women's briefs, bikini bottoms, etc.) cut straight and low across the upper thigh to resemble snugly-fitting shorts; compare boy-cut.
A large pistol.
A run scored from a ball that has touched part of the batsman’s body (apart from the hand) without touching the bat, the batsman having made an attempt to hit it
The middle of the leg.
Designating a pair of compasses or callipers having one of the two legs bowed or bent; usually as odd-leg callipers. Also used as noun, in plural: = jenny.
An artificial leg, especially a wooden one
An artificial leg. Also (in plural): narrow, spindly legs; stiff, inflexible legs.
In singular and plural Any of various birds with red or orange legs; especially the red-legged partridge, Alectoris rufa.
An injury caused by a numbing blow with the knee to a person’s upper leg
A fielding position behind the batsman on the leg side, between long leg and square leg
A ball which deviates from the leg side towards the off side after pitching
A metal band or chain placed around a prisoner’s ankle as a restraint
An instance of sexual intercourse
A trick or practical joke
A support for a seated person’s leg
(In surfing) a rope attached to a surfboard and tied to the surfer’s ankle to prevent the board being washed away by the surf
A theatrical production in which dancing girls display their legs
A fielding position just behind the batsman on the leg side
A type of spin bowling which causes the ball to deviate from the leg side towards the off side after pitching; leg breaks
The stump on the leg side of a wicket
A group of fielders close to the wicket on the leg side
A fielding position far behind the batsman on the leg side
Painful swelling of the leg after giving birth, caused by thrombophlebitis in the femoral vein
The leg part, or opening for the leg, of a pair of panties.
A leg supporting a grand piano.
= phlegmasia alba dolens.
The length of a person’s leg from crotch to ankle, or of the equivalent part of a pair of trousers
A fast leg break
A pair of tubular knitted garments designed to cover the leg from ankle to knee or thigh, especially worn by dancers during rehearsal
Slang. A man's penis.
A leg used as pincers.
An upright structure at the mouth of a mine shaft, supporting the part from which the cage is suspended.
In plural Two crossed supports pivoted like the two halves of a pair of scissors.
A fielding position level with the batsman approximately halfway towards the boundary on the leg side
(In certain arthropods, especially crustaceans) a limb used for walking
(In various invertebrates) a leg attached to the abdomen.
A kind of curved leg characteristic of Chippendale and Queen Anne furniture
Any of the piles or columns supporting the platform of an offshore oil rig.
(Of a male dog) urinate
Make a start; rouse oneself
A fence consisting of logs laid horizontally on X-shaped wooden supports