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trog

[ trog ]
/ trɒg /
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noun
Chiefly British Slang. a hooligan; lout.
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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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