frug

[ froog ]
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noun

a dance deriving from the twist.

verb (used without object), frugged, frug·ging.

to dance the frug.

Nearby words

  1. fructosemia,
  2. fructoside,
  3. fructosuria,
  4. fructuous,
  5. fructuously,
  6. frugal,
  7. frugality,
  8. frugally,
  9. frugalness,
  10. frugivore

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

frug

n.

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

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper