- a coat.
- Usually togs. clothes.
- to dress (often followed by out or up).
Origin of tog
Examples from the Web for togged
Meet me about half-past seven, Walter, up in the room, all togged up.The Silent Bullet
Arthur B. Reeve
"Come with me, and we'll get you togged out for the ride," said the gunnery lieutenant.Some Naval Yarns
It does seem like wasted effort to get all togged up this way just for a rehearsal.The Seven Sleuths' Club
Clean and togged out in some of my things, she was not radically changed.Paris Vistas
Helen Davenport Gibbons
We are all togged out with new blue clothes, haversacks and canteens.Diary of an Enlisted Man
Lawrence Van Alstyne
- (often foll by up or out) to dress oneself, esp in smart clothes
- See togs
- a unit of thermal resistance used to measure the power of insulation of a fabric, garment, quilt, etc. The tog-value of an article is equal to ten times the temperature difference between its two faces, in degrees Celsius, when the flow of heat across it is equal to one watt per m²
- (as modifier)tog-rating
Word Origin and History for togged
1708, "any outer garment," shortened from togman "cloak, loose coat" (1560s), thieves' cant word, formed from French togue "cloak," from Latin toga (see toga). Middle English toge "toga" (14c.) was also a cant word for "coat."