[haw-ger, hog-er] /ˈhɔ gər, ˈhɒg ər/
a person or thing that .
Also called hoghead. Railroads Slang. a locomotive engineer.
“swineherd, herdsman,” early 14c., from hog (n.).
(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
/ˈhɒɡɪn/ noun 1. a finely sifted gravel containing enough clay binder for it to be used in its natural form for making paths or roads
[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 […]