Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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OOGA-TOOGA, n. A name applied to thin, poor grass and fig. scanty hair on a person's head (Sh. 1947 Sh. Folk Bk. I. 88, Sh. 1964).

[A redupl. variant of ogadoo, Okerdu, q.v.]

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