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1.(v) the act of randomly becoming disconnected from the internet, especially while playing a game that requires an online connection.

2.(n) the sound of such a disconnection (see definition 1.)
1. "Crap, Danny went poog. Now we have to wait until he gets back online."

2. *poog*
by Merrittas March 01, 2008
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9.
Always right...no point arguing
Ah shit steve, ur fucking poog
by Silentbob May 12, 2003
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1. A small reptilian creature with overly large eyes and a stumpy tall. The scales look somewhat quilt like. It is as small as the average bug larvae, and is very unknown. It's lifestyle seems mediocre when you first look at it. It loves, and when anything happens, it dies. After dying they always dissipate. Leading to new life somewhere else.
Hey look! A poog!
Oh man, I cramped like a poog yesterday.
My sock drawer is infested with poogs.
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11.
A person of the Puerto Rican persuasion.
"You lazy poog!"
"I'm hittin' that poog."
"I know she's a poog, but she's a fine honey."
by zomgitsmary January 20, 2007
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adj. Poogish, Poogishly, Poogishness. Used to describe a person or thing as either, 1. Limited in thought or concentration, or 2. Having no purpose in life, or wandering for no reason. 3. Also describes drunkedness or cloudiness of mind and use of limbs.
4. Used to decribe oneself's actions.
v. "Nadroj ambled around the park poogishly after having one too many drinks at the party."
"I sat in a poogish stupor during the math test that I had failed to study for."
by Solokin Amahimat September 17, 2005
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13.
god like creature greater than all
*little jonny comes back from the dead*
poog has blessed him and given him a second chance
by Chris bjeere May 12, 2003
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Affectionate term for the noble pug dog. Variation on the more formal püg (with umlaut).
Mark thought the poog smelled like a clam bog.
by minxvox July 04, 2006
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