Seg"gar (?), n. [Prov. E. saggard a seggar, seggard a sort of riding surtout, contr. fr. safeguard.]

A case or holder made of fire clay, in which fine pottery is inclosed while baking in the kin.

[Written also saggar, sagger, and segger.]



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