luggage

[luhg-ij]
noun
suitcases, trunks, etc.; baggage.

Origin:
1590–1600; lug1 + -age

luggageless, adjective

bag, baggage, luggage, pack, sac, sack.
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luggage (ˈlʌɡɪdʒ)
 
n
suitcases, trunks, etc, containing personal belongings for a journey; baggage
 
[C16: perhaps from lug1, influenced in form by baggage]

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luggage
1590s, from lug (v.) "to drag;" so, lit. "what has to be lugged about" (or, in Johnson's definition, "any thing of more bulk than value"). In 20c., the usual word for "baggage belonging to passengers."
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Example sentences
Carry-on baggage is a small piece of luggage you take onboard the airplane with you.
To add to your baggage woes, several airlines have established weight limits for carry-on luggage.
It inevitably slows you down, and you run the risk of losing your luggage
  entirely.
Spend less time packing and more time exploring, thanks to our handheld digital
  luggage scale.
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