trog

[ trog ]
/ trɒg /

noun

Chiefly British Slang. a hooligan; lout.

Nearby words

  1. trod,
  2. trodden,
  3. trode,
  4. troezen,
  5. troffer,
  6. troglobiont,
  7. troglobite,
  8. troglodyte,
  9. troglotrema salmincola,
  10. trogon

Origin of trog

First recorded in 1955–60; short for troglodyte

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British Dictionary definitions for trog

trog

/ (trɒɡ) /

verb trogs, trogging or trogged

(intr often foll by along) British informal to walk, esp aimlessly or heavily; stroll

Word Origin for trog

C20: perhaps a blend of trudge and slog

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Word Origin and History for trog

trog

n.

"obnoxious person, boor, lout," 1956, short for troglodyte.

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