Hogmanay

[n] - New Year`s Eve in Scotland
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Hogmanay

Scottish name for New Year's Eve. A traditional feature is first-footing, visiting the homes of friends and neighbours after midnight to welcome in the new year with salt, bread, whisky, and other...
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Hogmanay

Hog`ma·nay' noun The old name, in Scotland, for the last day of the year, on which children go about singing, and receive a dole of bread or cakes; also, the entertainment given on that day to a visitor, or the gift given to an applicant. [ Scot.]
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Hogmanay

• (n.) The old name, in Scotland, for the last day of the year, on which children go about singing, and receive a dole of bread or cakes; also, the entertainment given on that day to a visitor, or the gift given to an applicant.
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Hogmanay

(from the article `haggis`) Haggis is served on Burns Night (January 25, the birthday of the poet Robert Burns, who wrote `Ode to a Haggis`) and at the Scottish New Year`s ...
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Hogmanay

Hogmanay (Scottish English: ˌhɔɡməˈneː {respell|HOG|mə|NAY|`}) is the Scots word for the last day of the year and is synonymous with the celebration of the New Year (Gregorian calendar) in the Scottish manner. It is, however, normally only the start of a celebration which lasts through the night until the morning of New Year`s Day (1 Janu..
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Hogmanay

Scottish name for New Year's Eve. A traditional feature is first-footing, visiting the homes of friends and neighbours after midnight to welcome in the new year with salt, bread, whisky, and other gifts. Children may also go from house to house singing carols and receiving oatmeal cakes
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Hogmanay

New Year's Eve
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