Definition of Hogmane
1. hogmanay [n -S] - See also: hogmanay
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hogmane
Literary usage of Hogmane
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Scottish Notes and Queries edited by John Bulloch (1906)
"... the South of Scotland to go about from door to door upon New Year's Eve crying 'hogmane.'" The fact that the practice seems to have prevailed in Spain, ..."
2. Greek Architecture by Thomas Roger Smith, George Redford (1892)
"There are also some drill-holes behind the ears and on the nose, showing that a metal bridle was originally fitted to it, and the crest of the hogmane has ..."
3. The Poetical Works of Robert Anderson, Author of "Cumberland Ballads", &c. by Robert Anderson, Thomas Sanderson (1820)
"... one of her ministers endeavoured to abolish it by censuring it from the pulpit: " Sirs" (said lie to his audience) " do you know what hogmane signifies? ..."