[poh-gah-nee] /poʊˈgɑ ni/
Willy (William Andrew) 1882–1955, U.S. painter, stage designer, and illustrator; born in Hungary.
[poh-gee] /ˈpoʊ gi/ noun, plural pogeys. 1. Slang.. Also, pogy. 2. Canadian Slang. adjective, Canadian Slang. 3. of, relating to, or obtained through charity or government relief: pogey shoes. /ˈpəʊɡɪ/ noun (Canadian, slang) (pl) pogeys, pogies 1. financial or other relief given to the unemployed by the government; dole 2. unemployment insurance 3. noun [origin […]
noun, Slang. 1. candy or a treat used to lure a child into a sexual situation. 2. . noun phrase (Variations: pogie or pogy or poggie or poggy may replace pogey) Candy and cake, etc; sweets; nonmilitary food and delicacies carried on field exercises [1918+; so called because they could be used in the seduction […]
[pog] /pɒg/ noun 1. a poacher, Agonus cataphractus, common near the British Isles and ranging north to Greenland and Iceland. /pɒɡ/ noun 1. Also called armed bullhead. a European marine scorpaenoid fish, Agonus cataphractus, of northern European waters, with a large head, long thin tail, and body completely covered with bony plates: family Agonidae 2. […]
[poh-goh] /ˈpoʊ goʊ/ noun 1. Polar Orbiting Geophysical Observatory. /ˈpəʊɡəʊ/ verb pogos, pogoing, pogoed 1. (intransitive) to jump up and down in one spot, as in a punk dance of the 1970s n. 1921, originally a registered trademark (Germany, 1919), of unknown origin, perhaps formed from elements of the names of the designers. Hopping Stilts […]