baggit

noun
bag·git | \ˈbagə̇t\
plural -s

Definition of baggit 

British : a female salmon just after spawning

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First Known Use of baggit

1836, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for baggit

Scots baggit pregnant, from Middle English bagged, from past participle of baggen to bag, swell

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