Originated in 1930s (boogiewoogie).
boog (third-person singular simple present boogs, present participle booging, simple past and past participle booged)
- (slang) To dance; to go boogiewooging.
From Middle Dutch boghe, from Old Dutch *bogo, from Proto-Germanic *bugô. Compare German Bogen, West Frisian boge, English bow, Danish bue, Swedish båge.
boog m (plural bogen, diminutive boogje n)
- bow (weapon)
- (geometry) arc
- (architecture) arch
- singular past indicative of buigen
- first-person singular present indicative of bogen
- imperative of bogen