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  • v. To soak, steep or saturate
  • v. To be soaked, steeped or saturated


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  • yea, it's Son of Groucho!

    October 26, 2011

  • sog is related to the expression "old sog" from Mocha Dick as related in the Knickerbocker Magazine circa 1839: "extraordinary fish; or, in the vernacular of Nantucket, "a genuine old sog", of the first water." describing the Great White Whale which helped inspire Moby Dick.

    October 26, 2011