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A one-room Navajo structure traditionally built with the entrance facing east, used as a dwelling or for ceremonial purposes. Early hogans were made of earth-covered poles, with later models often built of logs, stones, and other materials.
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(Anthropology & Ethnology) a wooden dwelling covered with earth, typical of the Navaho Indians of N America
(Biography) Ben, full name William Benjamin Hogan. 1912–97, US golfer: winner of nine major championships (1946–53) including the US Open four times
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ho•gan(ˈhoʊ gɔn, -gən)
a Navajo dwelling of rounded or angular shape constructed of logs and sticks covered with mud or sod.
[1870–75, Amer.; < Navajo hooghan hogan, home]
Ben, 1912–97, U.S. golfer.
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|Noun||1.||Hogan - United States golfer who won many major golf tournaments (1912-1997)|
|2.||hogan - a Navajo lodge covered with earth; traditionally built with the entrance facing east|
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