/ (næɡ) /
a knot in wood
a wooden peg
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Word Origin for knag
C15: perhaps from Low German knagge
Words nearby knag
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Example sentences from the Web for knag
A novice would strike the knag or knob away from him as soon as he had obtained his opportunity.Three Hundred Things a Bright Boy Can Do|Anonymous