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togue

[ tohg ]
/ toʊg /
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noun, plural togues, (especially collectively) togue.Canadian.
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Origin of togue

First recorded in 1830–40; from Canadian French, from Eastern Algonquian, perhaps shortening of Mi'kmaq atoγwa·su “trout”
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How to use togue in a sentence

  • The havoc wrought among the finny hordes—the trout and “togue” and chub, the red-fins, shiners, and minnows—was enormous.

    Neighbors Unknown|Charles G. D. Roberts
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