1) The stomach or entrails of an animal.

1517 no maner of person ... shall cast ... any bests baggez or fylth of ... doggez at the end of the common stayth, York

1572 ‘whosoever ... corrupt the water ... with any kind of vile corruption, as washing of neats bags, or interalles’, Halifax

1670 found Thomas Copleye fleeing a sheep and takeing the Bagg out, Rockley.

dates 1517 1572 1670

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