As a noun boglet
is a small patch of boggy ground.
As a proper noun Bogles is
a town in Grenada.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
A small patch of boggy ground.
* 1919 , Israel Zangwill, Jinny the Carrier :
- The practical Martha was in fact advancing with an improvised leaping-pole that had already carried her neatly over the brook and would obviously bring Bundock over the boglet .
A supernatural being.
* 2011 , Rob Thurman, Blackout: A Cal Leandros Novel ,
- Goodfellow and the vampire had dropped us off in the limo at the park's south entrance. [...] I was again smacking the claws of the boglet above me. [...] They ate muggers and joggers. [...] "Don't make me shoot off the end of your tail."