nog

1
[ nog ]
/ nɒg /
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noun

any beverage made with beaten eggs, usually with alcoholic liquor; eggnog.
a strong ale formerly brewed in Norfolk, England.

Nearby words

  1. noether,
  2. noether's theorem,
  3. noetic,
  4. noetics,
  5. nofretete,
  6. nogai,
  7. nogaku,
  8. nogales,
  9. nogay,
  10. nogg

Origin of nog

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First recorded in 1685–95; origin uncertain

nog

2
[ nog ]
/ nɒg /

noun

a block of wood, as one inserted into brickwork to provide a hold for nails.
any wooden peg, pin, or block.
Also nogging. one of a number of wooden pieces fitted between the principal timbers of a half-timbered wall.

verb (used with object), nogged, nog·ging.

to fill (a framed wall or partition) with small masonry, as bricks or stones.

Origin of nog

2
1605–15; perhaps variant of knag, Middle English knagge spur, peg

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British Dictionary definitions for nog

nog

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nogg

/ (nɒɡ) /

noun

Also called: flip a drink, esp an alcoholic one, containing beaten egg
East Anglian dialect strong local beer

Word Origin for nog

C17 (originally: a strong beer): of obscure origin

noun

a wooden peg or block built into a masonry or brick wall to provide a fixing for nails

Word Origin for nog

C17: origin unknown

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Word Origin and History for nog

nog

n.

1690s, "old, strong type of beer brewed in Norfolk," of unknown origin. Cf. eggnog.

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