The Collaborative International Dictionary
Shog \Shog\ (sh[o^]g), n. [See Shock a striking.] A shock; a jog; a violent concussion or impulse. [R. or Scot.]
Shog \Shog\, v. t. To shake; to shock. [R. or Scot.]
Shog \Shog\, v. i. [Cf. W. ysgogi to wag, to stir. Cf. Jog.]
To jog; to move on. [R. or Scot.]
--Beau. & Fl.
n. (context archaic English) jolt, shake (gloss: brisk movement) vb. (context archaic English) to jolt or shake
Usage examples of "shog".
I tell you, I'll have the other one or none, so come - troop - shog off.