periauger
Pirogue Pi*rogue", n. [Originally an American Indian word: cf. F. pirogue, Sp. piroga, piragua.] A dugout canoe; by extension, any small boat. [Written variously {periauger}, {perogue}, {piragua}, {periagua}, etc.] [1913 Webster]

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  • perogue — Pirogue Pi*rogue , n. [Originally an American Indian word: cf. F. pirogue, Sp. piroga, piragua.] A dugout canoe; by extension, any small boat. [Written variously {periauger}, {perogue}, {piragua}, {periagua}, etc.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • piragua — Pirogue Pi*rogue , n. [Originally an American Indian word: cf. F. pirogue, Sp. piroga, piragua.] A dugout canoe; by extension, any small boat. [Written variously {periauger}, {perogue}, {piragua}, {periagua}, etc.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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