A especially strong ale. Rarely used anymore except as part of eggnog.

A nog, apart from being any of several actual tangible things, is an abstract expression, availible only to virtual bodies. One may 'nog' another, 'nog' oneself, or 'nog' at a place, idea, or thing. Since a nog has no real-world equivalent, it is entirely subjective in nature.

Example: JoeShmo nogs to JohnDoe. He must feel special?

This can be taken positively (:)) or negatively (:(), as an affirmation or as an insult. The interpretation is entirely dependent on the individual being nogged.

Nog (?), n. [Abbrev. fr. noggin.]

1.

A noggin.

2.

A kind of strong ale.

Halliwell.

 

© Webster 1913.


Nog, n. [Etymol. uncertain.]

1.

A wooden block, of the size of a brick, built into a wall, as a hold for the nails of woodwork.

2.

One of the square logs of wood used in a pile to support the roof of a mine.

3. Shipbuilding

A treenail to fasten the shores.

 

© Webster 1913.


Nog, v. t. [From 2d Nog.]

1.

To fill in, as between scantling, with brickwork.

2. Shipbuilding

To fasten, as shores, with treenails.

 

© Webster 1913.

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