Shog meaning

(archaic) Jolt, shake (brisk movement)
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(archaic) To jolt or shake.
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Origin of shog

  • From Middle English schoggen (“to shake up and down, jog”), from Middle Dutch schocken (“to jolt, bounce”) or Middle Low German schoggen, schucken (“to shog”), from Old Saxon *skokkan (“to move”), from Proto-Germanic *skukkaną (“to move, shake, tremble”). More at shock.

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