noun hog·gin \ˈhȯgə̇n, ˈhäg-, -giŋ\
variants: less commonly


\ˈhȯgə̇n, ˈhäg-, -giŋ\

Definition of hoggin



  1. :  a material composed of screenings or siftings of gravel or of a mixture of loam, coarse sand, and fine gravel

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Origin and Etymology of hoggin

origin unknown

First Known Use: 1793

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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