- ⌂ bogey (sense )
- a low, swiveled undercarriage at either end of a railroad car
- a type of suspension unit with four wheels on two axles, used on some tanks and multiple-axle vehicles to maintain traction while moving over obstacles
Origin of bogie; from northern British dialect, dialectal
- One of several wheels or supporting and aligning rollers inside the tread of a tractor or tank.
- Chiefly British A railroad car or locomotive undercarriage having pairs of wheels that swivel so that curves can be negotiated.
Origin of bogieOrigin unknown.
Variant of bogey.
- (UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada) Structure with axles and wheels under a railway carriage or locomotive, called railroad truck in US English.
- (India) Railway carriage
- (military) An aircraft of unknown friend/foe status. (compare bandit)
- (golf) A score one stroke higher than par on any one hole.
- (music) A toy similar to a violin bow, consisting of a wooden stick with notches along one or more sides or edges to produce a rattly noise when kratzed (stroked) against a hard edge, lip of container etc.
- A piece of solid or semisolid mucus in or removed from the nostril.
- (Ulster Scots) Ghost.