STOG: Verb; Newfoundland English.
Correctly: to pack a woodstove with logs.
Can also be used to mean: fill up, stuff tight, feed to excess.
Stog the stove, stog the dog etc...
by David Wright February 01, 2004
A brother who does something mean to his sister.
When Boyo tipped Jelly off the trolley, she shouted, " Ya stog!"
by Jen Farrell June 25, 2006
To shove something into a tight place, in a less-than-gentle fashion. You can make it fit!
Person one: "Oh, my suitcase is full. I can't fit anything more in it, I don't think!"
Answer one: "You could stog a few more pairs of socks in the corners, I betcha."
Answer two: "Nah, stog 'er in there!"
by xcarex January 16, 2004
Refers to ciggarettes. Word developed by 2 st marks student (Tyler Colby, Anthony dePolo) who would sit in the parking lot every day before school and smoke ciggarettes or "stog" (the word can also be used as a verb)
Yoooo can i cop a stog off you?

We stogin' after school today?
by Yung BuCkkk March 27, 2008
Relatively uncommon word used to describe a female penis.
"I saw that her panties seemed to be wet; I got turned on, and so did she--inadvertently revealing her 5-inch stog, something I'd only previously heard about in Readers Digest."
by Wes Virginia November 21, 2005
Similar to mung. Has nothing to do with cigarettes, that is Stoge, short for stogie, a cigar.

See stog fly.
Dude, whats wrong with this world is everyone is illiterate. They think stog has something to do with tobacco.
by Jaggo March 23, 2004
Refers to ciggarettes. Word developed by 2 st marks student (Tyler Colby, Anthony dePolo) who would sit in the parking lot every day before school and smoke ciggarettes or "stog" (the word can also be used as a verb)
Yoooo can i cop a stog off you?

We stogin' after school today?
by Yung BuCkkk March 26, 2008
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