The Collaborative International Dictionary
Sprug \Sprug\ (spr[u^]g), v. t. [Cf. Prov. E. sprug up to dress neatly, sprag to prop, a., lively.] To make smart. [Obs.]
vb. (context obsolete English) To make smart.
Usage examples of "sprug".
With sweeping tail and quivering fin, Through the wave the sturgeon flew, And, like the heaven-shot javelin, He sprug above the waters blue.
Anna Sprug was very happy to have her sister, brother-in-law, and their children with her in this strange place.
Once I finally convinced Anna Sprug, Ilsa Schmidt and Maggie Utt, that, YES, they really can vote and have a say in the world, they dug right in.
They looked up from their individual pains to see Johan Sprug and Wilhelm Schmidt standing over them.
Franz Sprug, the boy who hurt himself yesterday, was a little bruised and tender, but otherwise okay.
Flo had the house to herself for a few more hours, until the Sprugs arrived.
In the local sprugs it sounded like a lot, but it translated into American as eighteen dollars and fifty cents.