- keg party,
- kegel exercise,
- kegel exercises,
Origin of keg
Examples from the Web for kegger
The young men and women who went there drank like upstream salmon and studied in between switching kegs at kegger parties.
- an aluminium container in which beer is transported and stored
- Also called: keg beer beer kept in a keg: it is infused with gas and served under pressure
Word Origin for keg
1630s, earlier kag (mid-15c.), from a Scandinavian source, cf. Old Norse kaggi "keg, cask," of unknown origin. Cognate with Swedish kagge, Norwegian kagg. Specific sense of "barrel of beer" is from 1945. U.S. student slang kegger "party featuring a keg of beer" attested by 1969.
see sitting on a powder keg.