boogie-woogie[bo̵og′ē wo̵og′ē, bo̵̅o̅′gē wo̵̅o̅′gē]
boogie-woogie definition by Webster's New World
Origin: echoic; uncertain or unknown; perhaps suggested by the characteristic “walking” bass; uncertain or unknown; perhaps reduplicated, reduplication of boogie, variant, variety of bogy (hobgoblin)
boogie-woogie definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Origin: Possibly from Black West African English (Sierra Leone) bogi(-bogi), to dance; possibly akin to Hausa buga, to beat drums.