Definition of Pogges
1. pogge [n] - See also: pogge
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Literary usage of Pogges
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. History of the Parish and Town of Bampton by John Allen Giles (1848)
"The manor of Aston first appears as having been granted before the year 12-19, to Hubert pogges, whence it is sometimes called ..."
2. The Popular Science Monthly (1890)
"On the Phenomena produced by the Concurrence of Two Sounds. (pogges- dorff's Annalen, 1876, pp. 62.) 10. On the Origin of Beats, and the Beating Sounds of ..."
3. The Ancient History of the Egyptians, Carthaginians, Assyrians, Babylonians by Charles Rollin (1869)
"Seleucus enters Macedonia lo take poGges- on of the kingdom, tie is assassinated there by Ceraunus. Antiochus Soter, his eon. sue coeds him in the kingdom ..."
4. Scientific Investigations by Great Britain Fishery Board for Scotland, Fishery Board for Scotland (1902)
"Starfish remains occurred in one or two of the stomachs, and Annelid remains in one. Nearly all the pogges taken in April and May were infested with what ..."