10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HOG-WARD»
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The Chambers Dictionary
hog ward (-word) a swine-herd; hog wash the refuse of a kitchen, brewery, etc
given to pigs; thin worthless stuff; insincere nonsense: hog weed the cow-parsnip
; applied also to many other coarse plants. - bring one's hogs to a fine market to ...
The Vermont Historical Gazetteer: Franklin, Grand Isle, ...
in the cl-^ctioii of town officers, some waggish fellow nominated Mr. Woostcr for
hog- ward, aud ho was voted ibe office j whereupou lie very Coolly aud calmly
aro e and said, '* Gentlemen, when you wore sheep I wan your shepherd ; and
The Vermont Historical Gazetteer: A Magazine, Embracing a ...
in the election of town officers, some waggish fellow nominated Mr. Wooster for
hog-ward, and he was voted the offico ; whereupon he very coolly and calmly aro
e and said, " Gentlemen, when you were sheep I was your shepherd ; and now ...
Abby Maria Hemenway, 1871
Wordsworth Dictionary of Phrase and Fable
It has been said that " Howard is from hog-ward," and that the original Howards
were so called from their avocation, which was to tend the pigs ; but this is by no
means certain. Hog-ward gives the surnames Hoggard, Hoggart, and Hogarth ...
Ebenezer Cobham Brewer, 2001
The Facts on File Dictionary of American Regionalisms
Also called hog- reeve or hog-ward. hog Latin Pig Latin, a simple secret
language long used by children to confuse others. It usually consists of the
addition of ery preceded by the hard g sound to each word; thus Wiggery
youggery gogerry ...
James Hamilton, sen. Rjnltard Bohun Baker, scnr. Samuel Warren, Nathaniel
Hog/ward, Robert Long, W est C-Iughman, J. B. Earle, John Counts, . L. M. Ayer,
Benjamin Chambers, Benjamin Adams, I. A. Campbell, James Adams, Wm.
Kentucky. General Assembly. House of Representatives, 1832
Cases Decided in the Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia
175; Hog/ward Taylor v. Judd, 4 Minnesota R. 483; Stone v. Bassett, 4 Id. 298; B'
the§il-:8 Newton v. Tibbats, 2 Eng. R. 150; Bronson v. lvewberry, 2 Doug. Mich. R.
38; Rockwell v. Hubbell's adm'r, 2 Id. 197. See also Baumbach v. Bade, 9 Wise.
Virginia. Supreme Court of Appeals, 1868
Both Sides of the Street
... and tracing their ancestry back nearly to the flood, — I believe they think
Noah's last name was Howard, — well, in my ' Dictionary of Names,' it says
Howard is Saxon, and means ' Hog-ward, a keeper of hogs.' Ha ! ha I isn't that a
Pantologia: A New Cyclopaedia, Comprehending a Complete ...
(from customal'le.) According to custOm (Hog/ward). CU'S'I'OMARILY. all. (from
customary.) Habitnall ; commonl ' (Ray).' CU'S'l OMARINILSS. s. (from cushmmry.
) Fret uenCy; commonness (Gov. of Tongue). C- T'S'IOMARY. a. (from custom.) t.
Journal of the American Temperance Union
Many a toper now yielded to his sympathies, and moved off hog-ward with rapid
steps, attracted by animal magnetism or fellow-feeling, and acting in obedience
to that law which leads animals of the same species to herd together. Hundreds ...
American Temperance Union, 1837