hogling

noun
hog·ling | \ ˈhȯgliŋ , ˈhäg- \
plural -s

Definition of hogling 

1 obsolete : piglet

2 dialectal, British : lamb

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First Known Use of hogling

14th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for hogling

Middle English, from hog + -ling

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