vug

noun
\ˈvəg \

Definition of vug 

: a small unfilled cavity in a lode or in rock

Other Words from vug

vuggy \ˈvə-​gē \ adjective

First Known Use of vug

1818, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for vug

modification of Late Corn fugo cave; akin to Old Corn vooga cave, Late Corn ogo, googoo sea cave, Old Welsh guocof, guocob cave

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