Definition of Goglet

1. n. See Gurglet.



Definition of Goglet

1. Noun. A jar or vase of porous pottery for keeping water cool by evaporation. ¹

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Definition of Goglet

1. a long-necked jar [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Goglet

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goggle box
goggle boxes
gogglebox
goggleboxes
goggled
goggleeyed
goggler
gogglers
goggles
gogglier
goggliest
goggling
gogglings
goggly
goglet (current term)
goglets
gogo
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goier
goiest
goin
goin'
going
going(a)
going-around
going-out-of-business sale
going-over
going Dutch
going ashore

Literary usage of Goglet

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1. National Exhibition of Works of Art, at Leeds, 1868: Official Catalogue by Ralph N James, L Lefèvre (1868)
"goglet, painted and gilt VESSEL AND ... painted and gilt goglet, black, ornamented with a white amalgam DEINKING CUP AND ..."

2. Hobson-Jobson: A Glossary of Colloquial Anglo-Indian Words and Phrases, and by Henry Yule, Arthur Coke Burnell, William Crooke (1903)
"I was not long in finding a bottle of very tolerable rum, some salt junk, some biscuit, and a goglet, or porous earthen jar of water, with some capital ..."

3. The Ain i Akbari by Abū al-Faz̤l ibn Mubārak, Henry Blochmann, Henry Sullivan Jarrett (1873)
"Then two and u half sers of saltpetre are thrown into a vessel, together with live sers of water, and in this mixture the goglet is stirred about for a ..."

4. The Damathat,: Or The Laws of Menoo by Manu (1847)
"... and is the person who has a title and does the duty to the king (or state,) (the elder) shall not eat from her betel case, nor drink from her goglet, ..."

5. The Female offender by Cesare Lombroso, Guglielmo Ferrero (1897)
"Madame goglet, who set fire to her house in order to burn her old husband ... Next she asserted that she was not the true Madame goglet, but a great friend, ..."

6. A Dictionary of the Hindee Language by John Drew Bate (1875)
"Г, m. a goglet. Т, т. a skimmer : a spring, cascade : a. int. to spring, ... Т, »г- a lattice, window. t, w. a goglet. g1- ». Г, от. a spring, fountain, ..."

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