from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Brickwork used to fill in the open spaces in a wall between studs or or other framing members.
  • n. A short horizontal wooden beam used to strengthen upright posts in the framework of a wall.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • v. Present participle of nog.
  • n. A horizontal beam used in the construction of a building, especially to strengthen upright posts
  • n. Rough brick masonry used to fill open spaces

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Rough brick masonry used to fill in the interstices of a wooden frame, in building.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In building, brickwork serving to fill the interstices between wooden quarters, especially in partitions.
  • n. In ship carpentry, the act of securing the heels of the shores with treenails. See nog.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. rough brick masonry used to fill in the gaps in a wooden frame


from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

From nog1.


  • Not Blogging (otherwise known as nogging) « Squash

    Not Blogging (otherwise known as nogging) « Squash

  • I'm afraid I couldn't stop laughing when I realised that the only apple to actually have fallen off the tree had managed to hit him right on the nogging!

    Snell-Pym » 2007 » October

  • I'm going to have put that in the old nogging and try to figure out what that means.....

    Please do not drink my's medicinal.

  • Scorched into my nogging Harry Chapin came from a lot of money, but he was driving a damn Ford Pinto.

    Old Pop Mannion completes another trip around the sun

  • She was out "egg-nogging," as I used to call it, when Mrs. Sewall called.

    The Fifth Wheel A Novel

  • Tea at a tiny inn sunk in a dell through which a sleepy lane trickled between high banks -- tea in the pocket garden under sweet-smelling limes, where stocks stood orderly and honeysuckle sprawled over the brick-nogging, brought back old days of happy fellowship, just to outshine their memory.

    Anthony Lyveden

  • There were houses of brick-nogging, which derived their chief support from those adjoining.

    The Mayor of Casterbridge

  • She's in that stage where she takes some nasty spills about 5 times a day - the stage poor Shane-bug was stuck in for awhile because of his disproportionately large nogging.

    Pho for Five

  • Brick may be of hard-burned clay, sand lime or gva»tyof cement and, except for nogging, fire-stopping and non-bearing or curtain walls not exposed to the weather, shall be hard and strong, of quality approved as satisfactory by the com - missioner.

    Acts and resolves passed by the General Court

  • or a bouncy nun to put them over her latex clad knee and give them a proper spanking whilst telling them they've been very, very naughty. who can tell? i especially like the one fellow in the long red dress, er, robes as he dives toward the other character only to get a punch in the nogging from a burly copper.

    Christian Barbarians!


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