Definition of hoggaster
1 archaic : a boar in its third year
2 archaic : hog 2a
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Origin and Etymology of hoggaster
Middle English hogaster, from hogge hog + Latin -aster (diminutive suffix) — more at hog
First Known Use: 14th century
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