mog

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[mog]Dialect
verb (used without object), mogged, mog·ging.
  1. to move on, depart, or decamp (usually followed by off or on).
  2. to walk or move along gently, slowly, and steadily.
verb (used with object), mogged, mog·ging.
  1. to cause to go from one place to another.

Origin of mog

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1665–75; m(ove) + (j)og1

mog

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[mog]
noun
  1. moggy.

Origin of mog

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by shortening
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Examples from the Web for mog

Contemporary Examples of mog

  • But on the streets of “Mog,” Somali bullets and RPGs seemed to be coming from every direction at a terrifying volume.

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    Black Hawk Down’s Long Shadow

    Daniel Klaidman

    October 9, 2013

Historical Examples of mog

  • Here, you boy, mog along there in front o' me, and watch what you do!

  • Had she acted at once, she might have escaped, for Mog was still fifty feet above her.

    Warrior of the Dawn

    Howard Carleton Browne

  • Mog had been too well ambushed to stage an effective defense.

    Warrior of the Dawn

    Howard Carleton Browne

  • Here he found where Mog and Alurna had started their tortuous descent.

    Warrior of the Dawn

    Howard Carleton Browne

  • That's for somebody to mog back to Arroyo to wire for the wreck-wagon.

    A Fool For Love

    Francis Lynde