stogy definition by American Heritage Dictionary
or sto·gienoun pl. sto·gies
- A cheap cigar.
- A roughly made heavy shoe or boot.
Origin: After Conestoga, a village of southeast Pennsylvania.
Variant of stogie
☆ or stogy
noun pl. stogies
- a long, thin cigar, usually inexpensive
- loosely any cigar
- a heavy, roughly made shoe or boot
Origin: said to be so named because favored by drivers of Conestoga wagons