brog

noun
\ ˈbräg\
plural -s

Definition of brog

 (Entry 1 of 2)

now chiefly Scottish
: a pointed instrument:
a : awl
b : goad
\ "\
brogged; brogged; brogging; brogs

Definition of brog (Entry 2 of 2)

now chiefly Scottish
: prod, goad

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History and Etymology for brog

Noun

Middle English, perhaps alteration of brod

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