a two-year-old sheep that has not been shorn.
the wool shorn from such a sheep.
Chiefly British. a two-year-old doe.
British Dialect. a yearling sheep.
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How to use teg in a sentence
It was likewise employed to give identity to the clan of which he was a member, on his ad-je-da-teg or grave-post.The Indian in his Wigwam | Henry R. Schoolcraft
Laura luxuriated in the waggon; teg, less fortunate, trudged behind, begging as he went his food.
Mrs. Tibs took in the girl, for she must have a drudge; teg had a penny given him, and the door shut in his face.
teg was ragged, and none would employ him; begging was so unprofitable there was no living by it.
Tegmentum, teg-men′tum, n. the scaly covering of the leaf-buds of deciduous trees.
British Dictionary definitions for teg
a two-year-old sheep
the fleece of a two-year-old sheep
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