[ kuh-lohg ]
/ kəˈloʊg /

verb (used without object), col·logued, col·lo·guing. Dialect.

to confer secretly.
to plot mischief; conspire.

Origin of collogue

1595–1605; perhaps blend of collude and dialogue Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

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British Dictionary definitions for collogue

/ (kɒˈləʊɡ) /

verb collogues, colloguing or collogued

(intr usually foll by with) to confer confidentially; intrigue or conspire

Word Origin for collogue

C16: perhaps from obsolete colleague (vb) to be or act as a colleague, conspire, influenced by Latin colloquī to talk with; see colleague
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