from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A kiss
- n. A purse; hence money
- n. A young, male, passive homosexual
- n. A soldier who is assigned administrative rather than combat duties
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A kiss.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Ridiculed as a "pogue," a private who is a mere gun loader on the Bradley and not a true "dismounted" infantryman, Davis has his chance for glory.
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Each wore green but he was more stylish in this; he wore a Donegal cap and fisherman's sweater, whereas I, favoring sawed-off T-shirt with epithets relating to the pontiff or British queen thereupon emblazoned, adopted a more pogue ma thóin approach.
Each wore green but he was more stylish in this; he wore a Donegal cap and fisherman's sweater, whereas I, favoring sawed-off T-shirt with epithets relating to the pontiff or British queen thereupon emblazoned, adopted a more pogue ma thÃ³in approach.
He moved to usher Lily and Keira inside, and someone shouted, Bloody pogue!
Another reason, slightly related, would be not wanting to climb the chain of command and necessarily become a committee politician and/or an "office pogue".
But not completely moot: my husband is now a pogue.
Point 5 above is excellent, and in my opinon the most important factor in determining the atmosphere of a site. david pogue says:
It could do with a catchier title, though: instead of "Ode to the RIAA", how about "pogue mahone"?
Rss the photo quandary migrant farm worker by alan pogue so last week, tim wrote me to ask if i was planning on updating my photo site and to tell me again how impressed he was by my Penobscot work.
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