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See also: lego, LEGO, legó, legò, leĝo, and -lego

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Lego bricks.
 
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Shortened from Danish leg godt (literally play well).[1]

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Lego (usually uncountable, plural Legos)

  1. Any of several small, coloured, plastic bricks made by the Lego Company that can be made to join together and be taken apart, used to construct toy buildings, vehicles, etc.

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The plural form Legos is chiefly American. Other regions tend to use the uncountable form, or to speak of Lego bricks and Lego sets.

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Lego m (plural Legos)

  1. Alternative spelling of lego