- an area, pit, or hole from which peat has been dug.
Origin of moss hag
First recorded in 1810–20
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Examples from the Web for moss hag
He rolled them up, and put them with the saddle and equipment of his dead horse in the safe shelter of a moss-hag.Lochinvar
S. R. Crockett
A moss-hag is a cut on the hillside, formed by frost and rain; and overhung with moss, heather, and other growths.
Following the sound, he came to a moss-hag, where a group of Covenanters were worshiping God.