[ froog ]
/ frug /
a dance deriving from the twist.
verb (used without object), frugged, frug·ging.
to dance the frug.
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Origin of frug
First recorded in 1960–65; of unexplained origin; perhaps akin to frig1
OTHER WORDS FROM frugfrugger, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for frug
When Frug began to write in his native dialect, he had already acquired a reputation in a literary language.