\ ˈmäg, ˈmȯg\
mogged; mogged; mogging; mogs

Definition of mog

intransitive verb

1 dialectal : to move away : depart usually used with off or on
2 chiefly dialectal : to walk slowly and steadily : jog all the men go mogging gloomily along— Ralph Knight

transitive verb

dialectal, England : to move or cause to move from one place to another

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