• WordNet 3.6
    • n nog a wooden block built into a masonry wall so that joinery structure can be nailed to it
    • n nog a wooden pin pushed or driven into a surface
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Nog A kind of strong ale.
    • Nog A noggin.
    • Nog (Shipbuilding) A treenail to fasten the shores.
    • Nog A wooden block, of the size of a brick, built into a wall, as a hold for the nails of woodwork.
    • Nog eggnog.
    • Nog One of the square logs of wood used in a pile to support the roof of a mine.
    • Nog (Shipbuilding) To fasten, as shores, with treenails.
    • Nog To fill in, as between scantling, with brickwork.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n nog A wooden pin; specifically, in ship carpentry, a treenail driven through the heel of each shore that supports the ship on the slip.
    • n nog One of the pins or combinations of pins and antifriction rollers in the lever of a clutch-coupling, attached to the inner sides of the bifurcations of the clutch-lever, and working in a groove turned in and entirely around the movable part of the clutch, for sliding the latter along the feather of the rotating shaft to engage it with its counterpart on the shaft to be rotated.
    • n nog A brick-shaped piece of wood inserted in an internal wall; a timber-brick.
    • n nog In mining, a cog; a square block of wood used to build up a chock or cog-pack for supporting the roof in a coal-mine.
    • n nog plural The shank-bones.
    • nog In ship carpentry, to secure by a nog or treenail.
    • nog To fill with brickwork. See nogging.
    • n nog A little pot; a mug; a noggin.
    • n nog A kind of strong ale.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Nog nog a mug, small pot: a kind of strong ale.
    • n Nog nog a tree nail driven through the heels of the shores, to secure them: one of the pins in the lever of a clutch-coupling: a piece of wood in an inner wall: a cog in mining.
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
Abbrev. fr. noggin,


In literature:

There were houses of brick-nogging, which derived their chief support from those adjoining.
"The Mayor of Casterbridge" by Thomas Hardy
Tirna-nog is the heart of a man and the head of a woman.
"The Crock of Gold" by James Stephens
We'll make egg-nog all day and all night.
"The Foolish Virgin" by Thomas Dixon
Meantime just brew me a bowl of egg-nog, by way of a night-cap, will you?
"Capitola the Madcap" by Emma D. E. N. Southworth
He drank a few prescriptions of egg nog, and then took a paper bag full of selects and started for home.
"Peck's Compendium of Fun" by George W. Peck
He'd been momentarily expecting her to offer him an egg-nog.
"The Real Adventure" by Henry Kitchell Webster
Ye've been drinkin' too much frozen egg nog.
"The White Christmas and other Merry Christmas Plays" by Walter Ben Hare
Did she give him egg-nogs?
"Gigolo" by Edna Ferber
We celebrated Christmas by having a big dance and egg-nog for ever' body.
"Slave Narratives, Oklahoma" by Various
And of course Mrs. Middleton had to have egg-nog and cream and all that.
"Elsie Marley, Honey" by Joslyn Gray

In poetry:

"Mijn voet kan voor den avondval
Nog vele mijlen reizen,
Wil een den weg mij wijzen
Naar Lethe's dal.
"Lethe" by Pieter Cornelis Boutens
En as ek by die vuurherd sit
En in die vlamme kyk, dan voel
Ek in my siel, daar skort nog iets--
Nog iets? nog iets?--'n hele boel!
"In Amsterdam" by Christian Frederik Louis Leipoldt
Nog nauw bemerkt hij 't vuur der min,
Dat Edward in het harte gloorde,
Als plotseling zijn dwangbevel
Des jonglings vreugdedroom verstoorde.
"Edward En Emma" by Jan Jakob Lodewijk ten Kate
De jongling, worstlend met den dood,
Ontsluit nog flauw de brekende oogen;
"Vaarwel, mijn Emma!" barst hij uit,
En--de adem is zijn borst ontvlogen.
"Edward En Emma" by Jan Jakob Lodewijk ten Kate
Of peinst gij voort en toeft gij nog,
Niet lang zal u de droom op gouden vleugels dragen:
Ach, koele blikken, norsche vragen
Verjagen 't laatste zelfbedrog.
"Een Bekend Huis" by Jan Jakob Lodewijk ten Kate
Zij heeft nog nauw heur stulp bereikt,
Of de angst doet plotsling haar verstommen;
Op eenmaal hoort ze op 't kerkhofpad
De doodsklok haar in de ooren brommen.
"Edward En Emma" by Jan Jakob Lodewijk ten Kate

In news:

Little Nog, Jackson want Griffin at UFC 155.
Antonio "Big Nog" Nogueira out of UFC 149.
Mir becomes first to stop 'Nog', 'Rampage' gets revenge.
Nog 's doc says he's 'perfect' for UFC 'Rio'.
Remember the last time The Light Pines played Tir na nOg (or anywhere).
We sampled 17 premixed nogs and we will never be the same.
All the nog that's fit (and some that's frankly unfit) to drink.
No tinsel, no Santa, no carols, no nog.
Standup comedian Matt White performs at Tir Na Nog.
The room is not close to full at Tir Na Nog on this particular Monday, the night after Easter Sunday.
Forget the fruitcake and nix the nog.
The Christopher Elbow Holiday Luxury Collection includes drinking chocolate, chocolate bars, chocolate bark and a 16-piece box of Gingerbread, Peppermint, Rum Raisin and Egg Nog chocolates.
McCafé Caramel Hot Chocolate (or the McCafé Egg Nog Shake).
What's Inside: Southern Comfort Egg Nog.
Egg yolks Cholesterol-laden home recipes for nog call for six to 12 eggs per quart of milk.

In science:

Hoewel we al ontzettend veel over snaartheorie weten, is dat nog lang niet genoeg om de hele theorie te doorgronden.
Topological Strings and Quantum Curves
Belangrijk om te weten is dat we nog niet kunnen meten aan snaartheorie.
Topological Strings and Quantum Curves
Ze lijken nauwelijks nog op de ster ren waar ze uit ontstaan: radio pulsars zijn wel even zwaar als ster ren, maar bij de ontploffing zijn ze zo samengeperst dat ze 100.000 keer kleiner zijn geworden.
Radio Pulsars
Naast ‘licht’ (de straling die je kunt zien met je oog) zenden ster ren ook nog andere soorten straling uit, zoals radiostraling, infraroodstraling, ultravioletstraling en r ¨ontgenstraling.
Radio Pulsars
Het was snel duidelijk dat er iets nieuws was ontdekt, al wist nog niemand precies wat.
Radio Pulsars