ligger


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical.

ligger

1. A horizontal timber secured to uprights and supporting floor timbers, scaffolding, or the like; a ledger.
2. A long stick (often of willow) used along the ridge of a thatched roof.
3. A mortar board.
4. A board pathway over a ditch.
References in periodicals archive ?
The selection's title is derived from the poem "Jag ligger i morkret hos dig" (I Am Lying in the Darkness with You), from Setterlind's 1954 collection Dikter fran San Michele.
impregneringsplats ligger p fastigheten sbro 1:194, Askersunds kommun.
Thornquist (3) papeker at epidemiologer vil i et empirisk/positivistisk perspektiv rette interessen mot kartlegging av korrelasjoner, mens de vil vise liten interesse for prosesser og mekanismer som ligger til grann for dem.
Joshua's mum Angela Ligger and Joe's mum Tracey Hovenden, are pictured with their boys, inset Pictures by IAN COOPER DOWN WE GO: Jenny Martin with son James, two, in the playground in Stewart Park, Middlesbrough, taking advantage of a spell of sunshine and warmer weather Picture by IAN COOPER
_COLIN MONTGOMERIE has turned himself from loner to ligger in a bid to be the Ryder Cup's man of the people.
Jonathan Wilkes - the sometime musical star, Robbie duetist and professional ligger, has just been announced as the new host of ITV1's You've Been Framed, replacing Lisa Riley who's left to concentrate on her acting career.
'I don't drink much and I've never been a ligger, so the free alcohol doesn't really appeal to me.
He remains famous/notorious to the music press, however, as a phenomenally assiduous ligger - he once claimed that his tombstone should read "here lies Pete Wylie plus one.'
Svrttrskgruvan ligger i Storumans kommun, ster om vg E45 i hjd med samhllet Gunnarberg.