noun \ˈgləg, ˈglœg, ˈglg\

Definition of GLOGG

:  a hot spiced wine and liquor punch served in Scandinavian countries as a Christmas drink

Variants of GLOGG

glogg or glögg \ˈgləg, ˈglœg, ˈglg\

Origin of GLOGG

Swedish glögg, from glödga to burn, mull, from glöd glowing coal, from Old Norse glōth; akin to Old English glēd glowing coal — more at gleed
First Known Use: 1927


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