- Ogle is defined as to stare in a way that shows desire.
An example of ogle is a teenage boy looking at the women in the Sports Illustrated swim suit edition.
transitive verbogled, ogling
Origin of ogleprobably ; from Low German oegeln (akin to German äugeln) ; from oog, akin to Old English eage, eye
verbo·gled, o·gling, o·gles
Origin of oglePerhaps from Low German oghelen, oegeln, frequentative of oegen, to eye, from oghe, oge, eye; see okw- in Indo-European roots.
(third-person singular simple present ogles, present participle ogling, simple past and past participle ogled)
From Middle Dutch *ooghelen, oeghelen (â€œto ogleâ€), frequentative form of oogen (â€œto eyeâ€); or from Middle Low German ogelen (â€œto look at, ogleâ€), frequentative of ogen, ougen (â€œto eye, seeâ€), equivalent to og- +â€Ž -le. Compare German Ã¤ugeln (â€œto ogleâ€). More at eye, -le.