Definition of Cohog

1. a quahog [n -S] - See also: quahog



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cohog

cohibited
cohibiting
cohibition
cohibits
coho
coho salmon
cohoba
cohobate
cohobated
cohobates
cohobating
cohobation
cohobations
cohoe
cohoes
cohog (current term)
cohogs
coholder
coholders
cohomogeneity
cohomological
cohomologically
cohomologies
cohomology
cohomotopy
cohorn
cohorns
cohort
cohort effect
cohort studies

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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