Related to Perogue: pirogue


n.1.See Pirogue.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
While the Northwesters continued to push their enterprises into the hyperborean regions from their stronghold at Fort William, and to hold almost sovereign sway over the tribes of the upper lakes and rivers, the Mackinaw Company sent forth their light perogues and barks, by Green Bay, Fox River, and the Wisconsin, to that areas artery of the West, the Mississippi; and down that stream to all its tributary rivers.
(June 1) I moved her to the back part of the Covered part of the Perogue which is cool, her own situation being verry hot one in the bottom of the Perogue exposed to the sun ...
Their vehicles were six small canoes and two large perogues. The extras who accompanied them to the fort returned home with the keelboat.