1. A swine; a general name of that species of animal.
2. In England, a castrated sheep of a year old.
3. A bullock of a year old.
4. A brutal fellow; one who is mean and filthy.
5. Among seamen, a sort of scrubbing-broom for scraping a ship's bottom under water.
HOG, verb transitive To scrape a ship's bottom under water.
1. To carry on the back. [Local.]
2. To cut the hair short, like the bristles of a hog [Local.]
HOG, verb intransitive To bend, so as to resemble in some degree a hog's back; as, a ship hogs in lanching.