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- n. A short spur or stiff projection from the trunk or branch of a tree, such as the stunted dead branch of a fir
- n. A peg or hook for hanging something on
- n. One of the points of a stag's horn or a tine
- n. A knot in a piece of wood or the base of a branch
- n. A pointed rock or crag
- n. A small cask or barrel; a keg or noggin
- n. The woodpecker
- v. To hang something on a peg
- v. To kill (someone) who ganked you
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A knot in wood; a protuberance.
- n. A wooden peg for hanging things on.
- n. The prong of an antler.
- n. The rugged top of a hill.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A hook; a peg; a wooden peg for hanging things on.
- n. One of the projecting points of a deer's antler; a snag or tine.
- n. A protuberant knot; a wart; also, a decorative knot or tuft, as in costume.
- n. The rugged top of a rock or hill.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The radical appears to be _snag_, _knag_, or _nag_ (_Knoge_,
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