A position in the KKK marching band in the wind section. The klugle plays the flugelhorn, an instrument similar to a cornet.
Maynard used to be First Klugle in the Arkadelphia KKK marching band but as the result of a big Hebrew conspiracy was dismissed for playing a kornet instead of a flugelhorn.
by nilpferd July 27, 2003
A rank in the KKK above kleagle, klondyke and kornhole but below kretin.
Jerrol had hit the glass ceiling and knew he'd never rise above the rank of klugle because years ago he'd served Nathan's Kosher Hotdogs at the Klan wienie roast, never having quite mastered the art of reading.
by megnao flimpis July 21, 2003
The type of phlegm coughed up by a Klansman after smoking unfiltered Lucky Strikes for 30 years.
Conrad hacked up a huge pulsating klugle with veins in it after discovering that the previous patient on the dialysis machine was Afro-American and Medicare wouldn't do anything about it.
by harry flashman September 18, 2003
The jamming of one's thumb into the deck of a surfboard - caused by extremely hard surf wax being applied to the board on a cold morning and then catching on the existing wax.
Dude, it was so cold this morning that I got the worst klugle when I was waxing my board. I almost bent my fingernail back.
by The Colonel July 18, 2003
The dance style akin to clogging choreographed by Grand Imperial Wizard Kenny Krappeschiede for the 1999 production of "KKK Riverdance."
Though he still didn't think it was right, Kenny had a growing respect for Antwan-Jamal Washington in the lead...Jesus! That boy could klugle.
by harry flashman August 05, 2003
A KKK Klusterfuck, derived from cluster in English and kugel (ball) in German.
Leroy was damned well fed up with the Klan...tonight had turned into a klugle; Beauregard forgot the kerosene, Jerrol forgot the timber and Bubba forgot to get a permit or to notify Channel 33 so they could get the cross-burning on the 10 o'clock news...he was seriously considering moving to Detroit and associate with a better class of people.
by harry flashman July 30, 2003