frug

[froog]
verb (used without object), frugged, frug·ging.
  1. to dance the frug.

Origin of frug

First recorded in 1960–65; of unexplained orig.; perhaps akin to frig1
Related formsfrug·ger, noun
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Word Origin and History for frug
n.

1964, popular U.S. dance derived from the Twist, of unknown origin.

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