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N. A stategy called out by members of the Orc race in Warcraft, which in English means "Produce, Produce!!!."

This stategy is implemented by creating 5 barracks and constantly producing 2-headed Ogres thus making it almost impossible to lose. An advanced use of this stategy involves attacking a rookie within the first 5 minutes of the game resulting in an emphatic "Holy Shit!!!!"
"Zug Zug"..."WE'RE BEING ATTACKED!!!!"
by Todd November 27, 2002
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A phrase used by the orcs in Warcraft, Warcraft 2, Warcraft 3. The phrase is used for yes yes.
Orc Soldier: Get to work!
Orc Peon: Zug-zug.
by NongagXam January 10, 2003
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A phrase used by orcs in the warcraft series that means yes yes.
Peon: Work work work.
by anonymous January 10, 2003
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This is a phrase in Orcish that has come to be used in English phrasiology, much like the French 'C'est la vie.' Used originally by Orcs who had a tendancy to slip into their native tongue, having only learned English so that human players would understand them.
Okay, the hand poked me, and then poked the ground. Time to acknowlege it.
"Zug Zug!"
by John B. May 24, 2003
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In lower case means intercourse. From the funny movie Caveman starring Ringo Starr and Barbara Bach. Shelly Long was in it as well. Probably her best ever performance.
I want to have zugzug with Shelly Long.
by Jordan Harrier March 12, 2005
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In lower case zugzug as a train, similar to choochoo in English.
Zug, pronounced tzoog, is of Germanic origination and means train.
"zugzug" as declared by Milla Jojovich in 5th Element as a train roared up a building.
by Jordan Harrier March 12, 2005
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Camilla during her Heavy drinking phase of undirected violence
CALM DOWN ZugZug, Jake will be here soon!!!!
by stephen cooper May 05, 2004
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the act of procreation, to have sexual intercourse, or as Barry White would say "Let's get it on".
"Atouk zug-zug Lana" from the film Caveman starring Ringo Star, Barbara Bach, Dennis Quaid, and Shelley Long.
by John-Mark Stephenson June 30, 2003
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