a wooden peg or block, esp., a brick-shaped block that is set in a wall to hold nails
Origin of nog; from uncertain or unknown; perhaps
to fill in (a space in a wall, as between studs) with bricks
- Brit. a kind of strong ale
- ⌂ eggnog
Origin of nog; from East Anglian dialect, dialectal ; from uncertain or unknown; perhaps
- A wooden block built into a masonry wall to hold nails that support joinery structures.
- A wooden peg or pin.
Origin of nogOrigin unknown.
(third-person singular simple present nogs, present participle nogging, simple past and past participle nogged)
- Short for noggin.
- Short for eggnog.
- (offensive, derogatory, ethnic slur) A dark-skinned person; nig-nog.
- (Australia, dated, ethnic slur) A Vietnamese person.