A meaningless word thought to have a meaning.
Many words in non-fictional books are meaningless, those words could in some cases be called "analog".
by Likes It August 22, 2010
A way of representing information that uses a continuous range of values. Opposite of digital-- while a CD is digital, a tape is analog; while a computer is digital, an abacus is analog.
by LarstaiT November 06, 2003
What people who use Electronic Cigarettes call a regular tobacco cigarette.
I could never go back to an analog, I love my e-cig too much.
by PuterGeek November 23, 2010
Analog and Digital are intertwined these days. Digital information is represented by series of electronic 1s and 0s, so that information is most current/modern but it is also unreal or fake. Analog information is represented in many ways—sight, touch, taste, smell, sound, etc.—and is, thus, old fashioned but it is also more real/accurate. Current usage is that Digital is modern/better and Analog is older/slower/less desirable.
"You're going analog today, kids. Turn off the screens and take out some paper and pens," said the annoyed mother.
by GillianGillies July 27, 2014
Analog is a combo of both Anal and Log. It is a small diary kept by chicks who have anal sex. It keeps record of who or what was put in their ass and how it rated.
"Shara wrote another entry (pun intended) into her Analog."
by MexicanJuan August 13, 2007
An emotional, empathetic person. Opposite of a digital, logical person.
She's analog, she's gonna be hit hard by the breakup.
by Steve Novotni November 24, 2003
Term used to describe something or someone that is outdated, antiquated, or just old school in a lame way. Opposite of digital, as in cool and upbeat
Man, I hate how the school still uses IE 4 on their computers. It's too damn analog
by pckl300 February 21, 2008
Analog is the result of taking too many Imodiums in one day.
After waking up Saturday morning with the chunky sputters, Cody took (5) Imodiums allowing his body to form an analog in time for his afternoon date with Kat.
by Larry the W-A-P! March 16, 2009