Definition of pogy
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Ideally, Clement said, the center needs donations of sardines, pogies and cigar minnows.
The water was still a tad stained from last week's ferocious northwest winds, but pogies flipped like gymnasts all over the surface.
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Origin and Etymology of pogy
by shortening & alteration from poghaden, perhaps from Eastern Abenaki
First Known Use: 1840See Words from the same year
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