from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Haste; ardent desire to go.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Activity; eager or impatient desire (to do something).
- n. A bog.
- n. A perversion of God, used in oaths, as Gogs passion, Gogs wounds, etc.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
And it shall be called, The valley of Hamon-gog, that is, of the multitude of Gog; for that was the thing which was in a particular manner to be had in remembrance.
Example of locative and objective cases: Chicago is derived from she - gog-ong, the locative case of the Ottawa word she-gog, meaning skunk; nominative, she-gog; locative, she-gog-ong; objective, she-gog or she - gog-won.
The "gog" stands for "Good old games," with the focus on classic titles.
Tyla (Called N'gog's goal when he came on) Roxburgh, Liverpool, Liverpool fan obviously
David N'gog's dive may lead to FA taking action THE outrageous dive by Liverpool's David N'gog to earn a penalty against Birmingham City could lead to a major change in the way the English game is governed, according to a British report today.
I'm pretty sure "gog" and "magog" is what Bush said when he was choking on a pretzel.
N'gog's penalty, overturned in a heartbeat, Gallas 'goal, overturned just as quick.
April 21st, 2009 at 5: 42 pm who are gog and magog? and if u think about it we have been approching armageddon since the beginning of time. every day we are just another day closer to it, no matter what the current conditions are.
Training is easier to start when the weather is nicer and it is easier to train a water gog when the water is warm.
Toonces an Punkin thought he was a new gog wen him got home.