bogeyhole

Australian Slang
swimming hole

English dialects glossary. 2013.

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  • Bogeyhole — swimming hole …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • Bogey — 1. swim or bath in a creek, waterhole, dam, etc.; 2. swimming hole; 3. take a bath or swim in a bogeyhole; 4. piece of nasal mucus, either dried, moist or semi dried: You got a bogey on your chin ; 5. expel snot from the nose: Don t bogey on it …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • Bogie — (from the Aboriginal language Dharuk) take a bath or swim in a bogeyhole; 2. expel snot from the nose: Don t bogey on it (cf. 19thC British dialect (Warwickshire) bug , (west Yorkshire) boggart , (Yorkshire and Lincolnshire) boggle dried nasal… …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • bogey — I Australian Slang 1. swim or bath in a creek, waterhole, dam, etc.; 2. swimming hole; 3. take a bath or swim in a bogeyhole; 4. piece of nasal mucus, either dried, moist or semi dried: You got a bogey on your chin ; 5. expel snot from the nose:… …   English dialects glossary

  • bogie — I Australian Slang (from the Aboriginal language Dharuk) take a bath or swim in a bogeyhole; 2. expel snot from the nose: Don t bogey on it (cf. 19thC British dialect (Warwickshire) bug , (west Yorkshire) boggart , (Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)… …   English dialects glossary

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