Pirogue

A pirogue (or piragua or piraga) can be one of several kinds of small boats. One kind is associated particularly with the Cajuns of the Louisiana marsh. The early Cajun pirogues were cypress dugouts but today they are usually flat-bottomed boats. Pirogues are not usually intended for overnight travel but are light and small enough to be easily tak...
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Pirogue

• (n.) A dugout canoe; by extension, any small boat.
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Pirogue

Pi·rogue' noun [ Originally an American Indian word: confer French pirogue , Spanish piroga , piragua .] A dugout canoe; by extension, any small boat. [ Written variously periauger , perogue , piragua , periagua , etc.]
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Pirogue

A small wooden boat used in the marsh, bayou or swamp for fishing or getting to the duck blind. If it was filled with beer there was a wedding going on. It is usually rowed or poled through shallow water.
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pirogue

in its simplest form, a dugout made from one log, but also a number of more elaborately fashioned boats, including various native canoes, the ...
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