laager

[n] - (South African) a camp defended by a circular formation of wagons
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laager

Term used by the Boers in South Africa to describe an enclosed encampment; now more widely applied to the siege mentality of sections of the Afrikaner population. ...
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Laager

Laa'ger (la'gẽr or lä'gẽr) noun [ Dutch, also leger . Confer 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...
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Laager

Laa'ger transitive verb & i. [ From Laager , noun ] To form into, or camp in, a laager, or protected camp.
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laager

lager noun a camp defended by a circular formation of wagons
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Laager

• (n.) To form into, or camp in, a laager, or protected camp. • (n.) A camp, esp. one with an inclosure of travelers` wagons for temporary defense.
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Laager

In South Africa, a laager is an encampment more or less fortified. The, original Boer laager was an enclosure made of the wagons of a travelling party for defence against enemies.
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Laager

A laager, also known as a wagon fort, is a mobile fortification made of wagons arranged into a rectangle, a circle or other shape and possibly joined with each other, an improvised military camp. Ammianus Marcellinus, a Roman army officer and historian of the 4th century, describes a Roman army approaching `ad carraginem` as they approach a Goth.....
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