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a toilet [1800s]

1. going to the toilet; defecate; (chiefly British) lavatory, toilet; 2. putty-like material applied to the body of a motor vehicle to patch up a hole after the rust has been cut out; 3. (WA mining) work shovelling ore underground

outside toilet

1. commence eating; attack food with enthusiasm; 2. begin a task with enthusiasm

win easily; perform a task easily (from "bog" - wet, spongy ground, from Gaelic)

(pl. n., WA) - long locks of hair as worn by bogans; Bev curls

not containing any special features

not containing any special features

defecate (18th C. british slang; ultimate origin uncertain)

off to the toilet to leave a deposit

spaghetti bolognese

spaghetti bolognaise

to rain a lot

country area - where culchies come from

soft, tender, mild and damp

soften, move about

portach

bogog, v. t. [imp. & p. p. bogged (&?;); p. pr. & vb. n. bogging.] to sink, as into a bog; to submerge in a bog; to cause to sink and stick, as in mud and mire. at another time, he was bogged up to the middle in the slough of lochend. w. scott.bog og (&?;), n. [ir. & gael. bog soft, tender, moist: cf. ir. bogach bog, moor, marsh, gael. bogan quagmire.] 1. a quagmire filled with decayed moss and other vegetable matter; wet spongy ground where a heavy body is apt to sink; a marsh; a morass. appalled with thoughts of bog, or caverned pit, of treacherous earth, subsiding where they tread. jago. 2. a little elevated spot or clump of earth, roots, and grass, in a marsh or swamp. [local, u. s.]bog bean. see buck bean.bog bumper (bump, to make a loud noise),bog blitter,bog bluiter,bog jumper, the bittern. [prov.]bog butter, a hydrocarbon of butterlike consistence found in the peat bogs of ireland.bog earth (min.), a soil composed for the most part of silex and partially decomposed vegetable fiber. cyc.bog moss. (bot.) same as sphagnum.bog myrtle (bot.), the sweet gale.bog ore. (min.) (a) an ore of iron found in boggy or swampy land; a variety of brown iron ore, or limonite. (b) bog manganese, the hydrated peroxide of manganese.bog rush (bot.), any rush growing in bogs; saw grass.bog spavin. see under spavin.   similar words(21) 

 bog butter  flow bog  quaking bog  bog ore  bog rush  bog spavin  bog whortleberry  bog laurel  bog moss  bog myrtle  bog iron  bog jumper  bog kalmia  bog bumper  bog bean  bog blitter  bog down  bog asphodel  bog earth  bog bilberry  bog bluiter 

(v. t.)

To sink, as into a bog; to submerge in a bog; to cause to sink and stick, as in mud and mire.  

(n.)

A quagmire filled with decayed moss and other vegetable matter; wet spongy ground where a heavy body is apt to sink; a marsh; a morass.  

(n.)

A little elevated spot or clump of earth, roots, and grass, in a marsh or swamp.  

MeaningThe basic unrefined article. OriginFirst recorded in the early 1980s. the origin is obscure but may be from a mispronunciation of 'box standard', the term referring to the unmodified goods coming straight from the box.

Noun1. wet spongy ground of decomposing vegetation; has poorer drainage than a swamp; soil is unfit for cultivation but can be cut and dried and used for fuel (synonym) peat bog (hypernym) wetland (hyponym) mire, quagmire, quag, morassVerb1. cause to slow down or get stuck; "The vote would bog down the house" (synonym) bog down (hypernym) slow, slow down, slow up2. get stuck while doing something; "She bogged down many times while she wrote her dissertation" (synonym) bog down (hypernym) break, break off, discontinue, stop

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Bog = n. arising up, swell

Cors = n. a bog, a quag; a fen

Corsen = n. a bog plant; a reed

Corslwyn = n. a reed bog

Migen = n. a bog; a fistulous ulcer

Mign = n. a bog, quagmire

Mignen = n. a bog, a quagmire

Tonen = n. coating; cuticle; bog

A bog is a wetland type that accumulates acidic peat, a deposit of dead plant material. the term peat bog in common usage is not entirely redundant, although it would be proper to call these sphagnum bogs if the peat is composed mostly of acidophilic moss (peat moss or Sphagnum spp.). Lichens are a principal component of peat in the far north. Moisture is provided entirely by precipitation, and for this reason bog waters are acidic and termed ombrotrophic (or cloud-fed), which accounts for their low plant nutrient status. excess rainfall outflows, with dissolved tannins from the plant matter giving a distinctive tan colour to bog waters. see also blackwater river.

El dorado international Airport is an international airport located in Bogotá, Colombia. It is the largest Latin American airport in terms of cargo movements 526,899 tons (2006) and the fifth in terms of passenger traffic, transporting 9,046,615 passengers in 2006; as well as the largest airport in Colombia and the main international (2,788,313 passengers) and domestic (6,258,302 passengers) air gateway in the country, serving as an important hub for Avianca (the national flag carrier of Colombia) and AeroRepública. It is managed by Opain (acronym of Operadora Aeroportuaria Internacional), a consortium composed of Colombian construction / engineering firms and the Swiss Flughafen Zürich AG. Opain will also operate the airport for the next 20 years.

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Bogs, denotes burdens under whose weight you feel that endeavors to rise are useless. illness and other worries may oppress you. see Swamp.  

beach operations Group

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A habitat that consists of waterlogged spongy ground. common vegetation are sedges and sphagnum moss. bogs are common in Canada, Russia, and Scandinavia.

A hesitation usually experienced when starting out.

mud; bog  

Hezir, a bog; converted  

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A type of wetland that accumulates appreciable peat deposits. bogs depend primarily on precipitation for their water source, and are usually acidic and rich in plant residue with a conspicuous mat of living green moss.

A term frequently associated with Wetlands. A quagmire filled with decayed moss and other plant and vegetable matter; wet spongy ground, where a heavy body is apt to sink; a small, soggy marsh; a morass. (Ecology) A wet, overwhelmingly vegetative substratum which lacks drainage and where humic and other acids give rise to modifications of plant structure and function. bogs depend primarily on precipitation for their water source, and are usually acidic and rich in plant residue with a conspicuous mat of living green moss. only a restricted group of plants, mostly mycorrhizal (fungi, heaths, orchids, and saprophytes), can tolerate bog conditions. also referred to as peat Bog. also see Peatland.

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