glogg[glŏg] also glgg [glœg]
Two cups of glogg.
glogg definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Origin: Swedish glögg, alteration of glödgat (vin), mulled (wine), past participle of glödga, to mull, from glöd, ember, from Old Norse glodh; see ghel-2 in Indo-European roots.
Variant of glögg
Origin: Swedish glögg ; from glödga, to mull, literally , to burn ; from OSwed ; from glöth, glowing coal, akin to Old English glæd: see gleed