MEANING: noun:
1. A sturdy shoe typically with ornamental perforations and a wing tip.
2. A heavy shoe of untanned leather.
3. A strong accent, especially Irish or Scottish when speaking English.

ETYMOLOGY: From Irish and Scottish Gaelic brog (shoe). The accent sense of the word apparently arose from this kind of shoes worn by the speakers. Earliest documented use: 1587.

GROGUE - a rum drink for upper-class sailors

BROGLUE - what holds Masons together

DROGUE - a small parachute for initiating the deployment sequence or for high-altitude or fast landings