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" Long grass, growing in pastures in late summer or autumn ; not fed down, but allowed to stand through the winter, and yielding early spring feed. By its length and thickness the outer part forms a cover or sort of thatch for the lower, which is kept fresh... "
The Vocabulary of East Anglia;: An Attempt to Record the Vulgar Tongue of ... - Page 118
by Robert Forby - 1830 - 281 lehte
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A General Dictionary of Provincialisms ...

William Holloway (of Rye, in Sussex.) - 1839 - 194 lehte
...also the foam of a horses' mouth. I£. Sussex. FOG, FOGGE, s. Long grass. North. After-grass. Craven. Long grass, growing in pastures in late summer or autumn, not fed dawn, but allowed to stand through the winter. Norf. [According to Skinner, who is followed by Forby,...
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A General Dictionary of Provincialisms ...

William Holloway (of Rye, in Sussex.) - 1840 - 194 lehte
...also the foam of a horses' mouth. I!. Sussex. FOG, FOGGE, s. Long grass. North. After-grass. Craven. Long grass, growing in pastures in late summer or...fed down, but allowed to stand through the winter. Norf. [According to Skinner, who is followed by Forby, this comes from Affogare, Hal. ; but I would...
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On the Agriculture of Suffolk

William Raynbird, Hugh Raynbird - 1849 - 324 lehte
...farmhouse to the alehouse. Fog — grass not fed down in the latter part of the summer and autumn, but allowed to stand through the winter, and yielding...kept fresh and juicy, at least through a mild winter ; also applied to coarse sour grass that cattle will not eat till it is frost-nipped a little, else...
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A Dictionary of the Sussex Dialect and Collection of ..., 6. number

William Douglas Parish - 1875 - 148 lehte
...Barnaby.) FOB, e. To froth as beer does. FOB, e. The froth of beer; the foam on a horse's mouth. FOG, w. Long grass growing in pastures in late summer or autumn,...fed down, but allowed to stand through the winter. FOLDING-BAR, w. An iron bar used for making the holes in which the wattles are fixed for folding the...
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A DICTIONARY OF THE SUSSEX DIALECT AND COLLECTION OF PROVINCIALISMS IN USE ...

W. D. PARISH - 1877
...Barnaby.) FOB, e. To froth as beer does. FOB, e. The froth of beer; the foam on a horse's mouth. FOG, w. Long grass growing in pastures in late summer or autumn,...fed down, but allowed to stand through the winter. FOLDING-BAR, w. An iron bar used for making the holes in which the wattles are fixed for folding the...
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A Glossary of Words Used in East Anglia, 31. köide,3. number

Walter Rye, Robert Forby - 1895 - 252 lehte
...*Fodder. Litter, and again nonsense. ' Thank goodness, there is no fodder in his letter ' [CSP] Fog. Long grass, growing in pastures in late summer or...kept fresh and juicy, at least through a mild winter. Fogger. A huckster, a petty chapman carrying small wares from village to village. *Fog-off. Of plants...
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Nall's Glossary of East Anglian Dialect

John Greaves Nall - 2006 - 223 lehte
...der.,foghar, a vagabond, robber, thief, and the Ir. fogarach, noisy, clamorous, proclaiming aloud. FOG. Long grass, growing in pastures in late summer or...length and thickness the outer part forms a cover or thatch for the lower; which is kept fresh and juicy, at least through a mild winter. Forby. Fog occurs...
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