nog-head n also noggin*, noggy-head* EDD nog sb1 1
'small log or block' for sense 1. EDD 1(1) ~ head, (4) noggy 'block-head' for
1 Small chunk of wood; NUG.
126-67 Make some nog-heads for the morning [fire]. P 148-67 The fire needs some noggins.
T 222-66 Noggyheads is the
[name] with which I am most familiar, because when I was a small child and tormented her
she was apt to call me that. P 148-67 [Go away], ya old noghead!
An undernourished seal-pup; BLEATER.
1924 ENGLAND 193 Far from the
ship, alone, deserted, we found a 'nogg-head.' That is to say, a motherless whitecoat,
'wid narr pick o' fat on he.' 1925 Dial Notes v. 337 ~ A young seal with the
mother killed;all head and no body.