is a small compact place sunk in a hollow
. There were once several places in Missouri called Hog-Eye
Towns of this name in other states include:
Other uses for Hog-Eye or Hogeye include:
- The Hogeye Marathon and Relays, held in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
- The Hogeye Festival, held in Elgin, Texas.
- As a symbol of school pride and several chants (however not the school mascot) at Livingston Academy in Livingston, Tennessee.
- Nickname of Bethsaida, Tennessee.
- Hogeye (ISBN 0-395-74276-5), A children's novel by Susan Meddaugh.
- A Hog-Eye was distinctive flat-bottom boat or barge used in the shallow waters surrounding San Francisco Bay during the California Gold Rush, named from the dismissive name 'ditch-hog' applied to rivermen by deep-water sailors.
- The term "hog-eye" was used in early blues songs as a euphemism for the female genitalia.