Definition of Coggings
1. cogging [n] - See also: cogging
Lexicographical Neighbors of Coggings
coggings (current term)
Literary usage of Coggings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Proceedings of the Virginia Historical Society at the Annual Meeting Held by Virginia Historical Society (1887)
"RO Officer for G'd to-morrow, Lieut. coggings. "0 Second Lieutenant Griffin Fauntleroy, of Captain John Webb's company, Seventh Virginia regiment. ..."
2. Palmer's Index to "The Times" Newspaper (1869)
"... William, sen., 31 m 4 a Cogdon, Edw., 20m 5 a • Cogger, Thomas, 6/ 8 a William, 20m Sa Cohen, HS, and S. Benjamin, 3/ 8 а coggings, James, 30/ 7 a Cole, ..."
3. History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877: With a Genealogical Register by Lucius Robinson Paige (1877)
"... and Daniel coggings, (two wicked and bloody magistrates of yours, of whom I have elsewhere spoken, and their wickedness), who committed her, ..."
4. Examples of Printed Folk-lore Concerning the North Riding of Yorkshire, York by Eliza Gutch (1901)
"The top stone of a pile is pelted by a stone flung from a given distance, and the more hits or 'coggings off" the greater the player's score.—ROBINSON, p. ..."
5. History of the Town of Dorchester, Massachusetts by Ebenezer Clapp (1859)
"... the priz was 24s; ye shop was ye corner shop over against Mr coggings on ye right hand as on goe up to Mr Cottens house. It was set by wlb my name vpon ..."
6. A Glossary of Words Used in Swaledale, Yorkshire by John Harland (1876)
"The top stone of a pile is pelted by a stone flung from a given distance, and the more hits or ' coggings ..."