MEANING: verb intr.: To shirk responsibility.
verb tr.: To obtain something through the generosity of others; to scrounge.
noun: An easy task.

ETYMOLOGY: Back-formation from bludger (pimp), from bludgeoner, from bludgeon, of uncertain origin. Earliest documented use: 1919.

BLUGE - the second downhill-racing sled

BRUDGE - connected the two sides of a gap (past tense of "bridge")

BLUEGE - apply blue coloring to someone's cheeks