tog (tŏg, tôg) Informal
1. togs Clothes: gardening togs.
2. A coat or cloak.
tr.v. togged, tog·ging, togs
To dress or clothe: togged herself in ski pants.
[Short for obsolete togeman, from obsolete French togue, cloak, from Latin toga, garment; see TOGA.]
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