bogue

1
[bohg]

Origin of bogue

1
1805–15; (< Louisiana French) < Choctaw bok creek, stream, river

bogue

2
[bohg]
verb (used without object), bogued, bogu·ing. Nautical.
  1. (of a sailing vessel) to tend to fall off from the wind.

Origin of bogue

2
perhaps akin to dial. bog to move off
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