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earth-hog, noun

Origin:
South African Dutch
obs.
aardvark.
1731 G. Medley tr. of P. Kolben’s Present State of Cape of G.H. II. 118The tongue of an Earth-Hog is long and pointed. When he is hungry, he looks for an Ant-Hill; and coming nigh the same, he lays him down,..stretching out his long tongue..the upper part of which being very clammy, the Ants are held thereon by the Legs.
1847 [see aardvark].
aardvark.

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