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Bo·gan(bō′gən), Louise 1897-1970.
American poet whose subtle, spare works are metaphysical in tone.
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(Physical Geography) Canadian (esp in the Maritime Provinces) a sluggish side stream. Also called: logan or pokelogan
[of Algonquian origin]
1. a fool
2. a hooligan
[C20: of unknown origin]
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Maine and Maritime Provinces. a narrow stretch of water; backwater.
[1895–1900; of Algonquian origin]
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