- to confer secretly.
- to plot mischief; conspire.
Origin of collogue
Examples from the Web for collogue
But come, you make me only the more earnest to collogue with you.Septimius Felton
Collogue, to conspire, talk mysteriously together in low tones, plot mischief.The Slang Dictionary
John Camden Hotten
So I had to go to the lake and collogue with the old sinner from the point of a jutting-out cape.Camp Fire Yarns of the Lost Legion
At night I see the two hold a sort of a collogue abaft the wheel, when I was on my trick at the helm.
At night I see the two hold a sort of collogue abaft the wheel, when I was on my trick at the helm.The Green Hand
- (intr usually foll by with) to confer confidentially; intrigue or conspire
Word Origin and History for collogue
1590s (implied in colloguing) "to flatter, curry favor," of unknown origin; perhaps from French colloque "conference, consultation" (16c., from Latin colloquium) and influenced by dialogue.