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Liverpool/Scouse slang used in the 19th and 20th centuries.

Meaning : back alley, alleyway, rear-entry, back-passage, Back alley.
The burglar escaped down the ennog, unseen by neighbours in the busy street.

The binmen go round the ennog to collect the wheelie bins on a Monday.
by Barry Davies February 22, 2007
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Liverpool/Scouse slang used in the 19th and 20th centuries.

Meaning : back alley, alleyway, rear-entry, back-passage, Back alley.
"Run round the ennog when you leave so's err next door don't see yer going up the street and twitching the curtains."
by Barry Davies February 21, 2007

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