Fans of the movie "Babe" will recall that "Hoggett" was the last name of film's genial farmer. Farm-savvy filmgoers may recognize "hogget" -- a slightly different spelling--as a word for lambs from weaning age to their first shearing.

Now "hogget" joins the legion of words like "quarg" (a soft, unripened fresh cheese) and "nekton" (actively-swimming aquatic organisms) included in the National Agricultural Library's 2009 editions of its classic glossary and thesaurus of the specialized vocabularies of agriculture.

The four reference works -- the "Glossary of Agricultural Terms" and its Spanish-language counterpart, "Glosario de T