Definition for FOG

FOG, n.2 [W. fwg, long dry grass. Johnson quotes a forest law of Scotland, which mentions fogagium. It may be allied to Scot. fog, moss.]

After-grass; a second growth of grass; but it signifies also long grass that remains on land. Dead grass, remaining on land during winter, is called in New England, the old tore.

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