Definition of plough-jogger in English:

plough-jogger

(US plow-jogger)

noun

US
rare, humorous, derogatory
  • A person who ‘jogs’ or pushes a plough, a ploughman; (in extended use) a farmer or rural labourer.

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in Robert Armin (1563–1615), actor and comic writer. From plough + jogger.

Pronunciation

plough-jogger

/ˈplaʊdʒɒɡə/