- bad food, scraps, odds and ends; or that which no one could relish. _Grose_ give CAGG MAGGS, old and tough Lincolnshire geese, sent to London to feast the poor cockneys. _Gael._, _French_, and _Welsh_, CAC, and MAGN. A correspondent at Trinity College, Dublin, considers this as originally a University slang term for a _bad cook_, κακὸς μάγειρος. There is also a _Latin_ word used by Pliny, MAGMA, denoting dregs or dross.
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