[haw-gish, hog-ish] /ˈhɔ gɪʃ, ˈhɒg ɪʃ/
like or befitting a hog.
selfish; gluttonous; filthy.
selfish, gluttonous, or dirty
“gluttonous,” late 15c., from hog (n.) + -ish. Related: Hoggishly; hoggishness.
[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)
partridge, one of the daughters of Zelophehad the Gileadite, to whom portions were assigned by Moses (Num. 26:33; 27:1; 36:11).
noun 1. .
[hog-muh-ney] /ˌhɒg məˈneɪ/ noun, Scot. 1. the eve of New Year’s Day. 2. (lowercase) a gift given on Hogmanay. /ˌhɒɡməˈneɪ/ noun 1. (sometimes not capital)