Definition of Cohog
1. a quahog [n -S] - See also: quahog
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Literary usage of Cohog
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1. Poetical Works by Robert Browning, James Russell Lowell (1895)
"... lew words such as cuche, cohog, carry (portage), shoot (chute), timber (forest), bushwhack (to pull a boat along oy the bushes on the edge of a stream), ..."
2. Excursions in North America: Described in Letters from a Gentleman and His ...by Priscilla Wakefield by Priscilla Wakefield (1806)
"... as it is completely authentic, and is conveyed in the expressive language of the Indian tribes. Page 16$, line 5, fir cohog read ..."
3. History of Haverhill, N. H. by John Quincy Bittinger (1888)
"Hazen comes to cohog in 17112 with men ami material for saw-mill and grist-mill—Leading position—Death—Moses ..."
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