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teg

also tegg  (tĕg)
n.
A sheep in its second year or before its first shearing.

[Origin unknown.]

teg

(tɛɡ)
n
1. (Agriculture) a two-year-old sheep
2. (Agriculture) the fleece of a two-year-old sheep
[C16: of unknown origin]
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Noun1.teg - two-year-old sheep
lamb - young sheep
References in classic literature ?
He would take a great deal of pains about apprenticing Tegg the shoemaker's son, and he would watch over Tegg's church-going; he would defend Mrs.
Thanks also to Bradley, Claire Sheriff, Alison Morris, Dai Tegg and the rest of the team, as this win would not have been possible without all their efforts.
The first publication from TEGG will be titled Your World is Doomed by Greenwood, with the cover illustrated by Eric Belisle.
2) In this article, references to 'Locke' are to John Locke, The Works of John Locke (Thomas Tegg, 1823).
Locke, An Essay Concerning Human Understanding (London: Tegg and Son, 1836), 342.
However, another influence might have been a Gothic bluebook, the anonymous The Old Tower of Frankenstein, published by Thomas Tegg (1776-1845) around 1811 in Cheapside, London.
Metropolitan satirical printers, from Samuel Fores in the respectable West End to Thomas Tegg on Cheapside, responded vigorously in support of the rioters, displaying in print a dissatisfaction towards the imposition by the management upon freedom of expression, tradition and the common law rights of the 'Freeborn Englishman'.
Nicholas Tegg, 32, of Wimborne Drive, Walsgrave, Coventry, admitted keeping an unlicensed vehicle.
Marcus Barney, 27, absconded from Derbyshire's Sudbury Open Prison in August 2009 while serving a sevenyear sentence for causing the death of Carol Tegg two years earlier.
EQUALISER Gary Liggett had Distillery back level before United cut loose PREDATOR Gary McCutcheon wheels away to celebrate one of his two goals TEGG THAT, WHITES ALAN Teggart got United off to the perfect start with 10th minute goal