[ pi-shohg ]
/ pɪˈʃoʊg /
noun Irish English.
sorcery; witchcraft; black magic.
an evil spell; hex.
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Origin of pishogue
First recorded in 1820–30, pishogue is from the Irish word piseog charm, spell
Words nearby pishogue
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Example sentences from the Web for pishogue
And when they were brought out to be burned the woman said, "Bring me out a bit of flax and I'll show you a pishogue."
And the woman put the tongs over the cradle where the baby was sleeping, for that is a pishogue.
British Dictionary definitions for pishogue
/ (pɪˈʃəʊɡ) /
Irish sorcery; witchcraft
Word Origin for pishogue
from Irish piseog, pisreog
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