Definition of 'Magog'
Example sentences containing 'Magog'
She would never understand how it was that she could refer to her two beautiful babies as Gog and Magog.A DEAD LIBERTY
`Look after Gog and Magog for me while I'm gone, won't you?A DEAD LIBERTY
A trip to the Gog Magog hills, where we walked round the footpaths and up to the Iron Age fort at Wandlebury Camp.TIME OF THE WOLF
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