[hawg-wosh, -wawsh, hog-] /ˈhɔgˌwɒʃ, -ˌwɔʃ, ˈhɒg-/
refuse given to hogs; swill.
any worthless stuff.
meaningless or insincere talk, writing, etc.; nonsense; bunk.
mid-15c., “slops fed to pigs,” from hog (n.) + wash (n.). Extended to “cheap liquor” (1712) then to “inferior writing” (1773).
Empty and pretentious talk; nonsense; baloney, bullshit: It’s hogwash. There’s no such thing/ Bradley is too soft, too fragile. Hogslop
[first form 1882+, second 1990s+; fr the house waste fed to hogs; the date of hogslop is probably earlier; hog-slosh in the same sense is found by the 1940s]
[hawg-weed, hog-] /ˈhɔgˌwid, ˈhɒg-/ noun 1. any coarse with composite flower heads, especially the cow parsnip. 2. . /ˈhɒɡˌwiːd/ noun 1. any of several coarse weedy umbelliferous plants, esp cow parsnip See also giant hogweed n. 1707, from hog (n.) + weed; used in different places of various plants eaten by hogs or deemed fit […]
[hawg-wahyld, hog-] /ˈhɔgˈwaɪld, ˈhɒg-/ adjective 1. wildly or intemperately enthusiastic or excited. Related Terms go hog-wild
/ˈhɒɡwʊd/ noun 1. Christopher (Jarvis Haley). born 1941, British harpsichordist, conductor, and musicologist; founder and director of the Academy of Ancient Music (1973–2006)
hard of hearing