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pog

n.

disc used in playing a game said to have originated in Hawaii and popular in U.S. during the mid-1990s; said to be from the name of a brand of juice, the bottle caps from it being used to play the game originally.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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  • pog mechanically took up the casket and placed it on his knees.

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  • This plan, which pog intended to modify at its conclusion, satisfied Erebus.

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  • Hadji left Erebus on board this vessel, and returned to the chebec to carry out the orders of pog.

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  • pog, calm and unmoved, opened his breast without a sign of emotion.

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  • At this signal, a part of the brigands formed in good order in the middle of the square, under the command of pog.

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  • Without replying, pog went out of the chamber and walked to the prow.

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  • With clasped hands, pog, with ferocious eagerness, enjoyed the frightful spectacle.

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  • pog was seated on his bed; the medallions had fallen a considerable distance from him.

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  • These orders given, pog estimated the losses sustained by his crew; they were quite numerous.

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  • pog restrained him with a firm hand, and said to him: "Not yet."

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Slang definitions & phrases for pog

pog

noun

A small cardboard disk used by children in games: Hey, gimme back my pog! (1990s+)

The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D.
Copyright (C) 2007 by HarperCollins Publishers.
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