kedger

kedger

(ˈkɛdʒə)
n
an obsolete word for kedge
References in classic literature ?
SHEET-IRON; IN STONE; IN MOUNTAINS; IN STARS On Tower-hill, as you go down to the London docks, you may have seen a crippled beggar (or kedger, as the sailors say) holding a painted board before him, representing the tragic scene in which he lost his leg.
On Tower-hill, as you go down to the London docks, you may have seen a crippled beggar (or kedger, as the sailors say) holding a painted board before him, representing the tragic scene in which he lost his leg.
In seconds I had on my screen just the kind of list I like--kechel, Kechua, keckle, kecksy, keddah, kedje, kedge-anchor, kedger, kedging, kedjeway--and immediately wrote a short poem bouncing phrases off these K's.