[hawg, hog] /hɔg, hɒg/
James (“the Ettrick Shepherd”) 1770–1835, Scottish poet.
an uncastrated male pig
a sheep of either sex aged between birth and second shearing
James, known as the Ettrick Shepherd. 1770–1835, Scottish poet and writer. His works include the volume of poems The Queen’s Wake (1813) and the novel The Confessions of a Justified Sinner (1824)
Quintin, See Hailsham of St Marylebone
[hawg, hog] /hɔg, hɒg/ noun 1. a hoofed mammal of the family Suidae, order Artiodactyla, comprising boars and swine. 2. a domesticated swine weighing 120 pounds (54 kg) or more, raised for market. 3. a selfish, gluttonous, or filthy person. 4. Slang. 5. Also, hogg, hogget. British. 6. Railroads Slang. a locomotive. 7. a machine […]
[haw-ger, hog-er] /ˈhɔ gər, ˈhɒg ər/ noun 1. a person or thing that . 2. Also called hoghead. Railroads Slang. a locomotive engineer. n. “swineherd, herdsman,” early 14c., from hog (n.). noun (also hog or hog-head or hogshead or hog-jockey) A railroad engineer; grunt (1915+ Railroad & hoboes)
[haw-guh-ree, hog-uh-] /ˈhɔ gə ri, ˈhɒg ə-/ noun, plural hoggeries. 1. . 2. slovenly or greedy behavior.
[hog-it] /ˈhɒg ɪt/ noun, British. 1. (def 5). /ˈhɒɡɪt/ noun (Brit, dialect, Austral & NZ) 1. a sheep up to the age of one year that has yet to be sheared 2. the meat of this sheep