glogg
or glögg noun Etymology: 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 Date: 1927 a hot spiced wine and liquor punch served in Scandinavian countries as a Christmas drink

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  • glögg — or glogg [glög] n. [Swed glögg < glödga, to mull, lit., to burn < OSwed < glöth, glowing coal, akin to OE glæd: see GLEED] a Swedish drink made by heating wines, brandy, etc. with sugar and spices and adding raisins and almonds as a… …   English World dictionary

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  • glögg — noun see glogg …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • glögg — /glug, gloog/; Sw. /glueg/, n. a hot wine punch containing brandy or aquavit and traditionally flavored with almonds, raisins, cloves, and cinnamon. Also, glogg. [ < Sw, shortening of glödgat vin mulled wine (glödgat, ptp. of glödga to mull, heat …   Universalium

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