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pogge

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/ pɒg /
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noun
a poacher, Agonus cataphractus, common near the British Isles and ranging north to Greenland and Iceland.
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Also called armed bullhead.

Origin of pogge

First recorded in 1665–75; origin uncertain
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How to use pogge in a sentence

  • Wissmann and Pogge also met them a few years ago in their journey to Nyangwe.

  • A name on the west coast of Scotland for the pogge, or miller's thumb (Cottus cataphractus).

    The Sailor's Word-Book|William Henry Smyth
  • Crimes are punished by excessive administrations of the drug, which in the end stupefy the criminal (Pogge, Wolff).

    The Races of Man|Joseph Deniker

British Dictionary definitions for pogge

pogge
/ (pɒɡ) /

noun
Also called: armed bullhead a European marine scorpaenoid fish, Agonus cataphractus, of northern European waters, with a large head, long thin tail, and body completely covered with bony plates: family Agonidae
any other fish of the family Agonidae

Word Origin for pogge

C18: of unknown origin
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