pog

n.

disc used in playing a game said to have originated in Hawaii and popular in U.S. during the mid-1990s; said to be from the name of a brand of juice, the bottle caps from it being used to play the game originally.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

Examples from the Web for pog

Historical Examples of pog

  • This plan, which Pog intended to modify at its conclusion, satisfied Erebus.

  • A look from Pog warned him that he must not push the young man too far.

  • Without replying, Pog went out of the chamber and walked to the prow.

  • Pog, calm and unmoved, opened his breast without a sign of emotion.

  • Pog was, or appeared to be, the dupe of these demonstrations.