Is LEGO a real word?
LEGO is always an adjective. So LEGO bricks, LEGO elements, LEGO sets, etc. Never, ever “legos.”
Is LEGO in the English dictionary?
a brand name for a toy for children consisting of small plastic bricks and other pieces that can be joined together to make models of many different objects: Little kids love playing with Legos. …
Who owns LEGO now?
Is LEGOs wrong?
If you’re reading this, you probably know that the correct plural of LEGO is just ‘LEGO‘ (or, if the company has its way, ‘LEGO bricks’ or ‘LEGO sets’). This is Brick Fanatics, after all, so we feel safe assuming you have a solid knowledge of the LEGO Group, its products and the terminology involved.
Is LEGO a valid Scrabble word?
No, lego is not in the scrabble dictionary.
Did Disney buy LEGOs?
Copenhagen, Denmark, April 1, 2015 – In an effort to expand their range of merchandising around the world, The Walt Disney Company has acquired the toy giant LEGO after a $4.01 billion transaction took place between Disney and The LEGO Group.