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Auger

Geographical origin:
Primary use: Drilling a hole
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Pronunciation:
Category: Hand Tool


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Etymology

1 From a rebracketing of Middle English a nauger (seen as an + auger), from Old English nafogār (“nave drill”, literally “nave spear”), from Proto-Germanic *nabōgaizaz. Cognate with Dutch avegaar.

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References

1 "auger." Wiktionary, The Free Dictionary. 8 May 2020, 19:10 UTC. 3 Jul 2020, 06:06 <https://en.wiktionary.org/w/index.php?title=auger&oldid=59325420>.

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