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First published 1956 (SND Vol. IV).

HACKAMUGGIE, n. Also hakkamuggi(e), -mogi, hakk(i)mogi, haggamogi (Jak.). The stomach of a fish stuffed with a mixture of oatmeal and chopped liver, etc. (Sh. 1866 Edm. Gl.). Gen. in pl.Sh. 1899 J. Spence Folk-Lore 177:
The liver of the fish was extensively used in a fresh state, and entered into the formation of numerous nutritious dishes, such as . . . stap, gree'd fish, liver heads, liver muggies, krampies, krappin, mooguildin, hakka muggies, and slot.

[Norw. hakka, to chop, a chopped mass + Muggie, mogi, a stomach, O.N. magi, stomach.]

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