agog \uh-GOG\, adjective:
- Full of excitement or interest; in eager desire; eager, keen.
Origin: Agog derives from Middle French en gogues, "in mirth; lively."
- A kind of "sixth sense" that allows a flamboyantly homosexual man, or masculine homosexual woman, to play up their macho/feminine side upon entering a "gay-unfriendly" area.
Mark's gaydar detector was going crazy when she drove to Laramie.
- William Pitt the Elder 1708 - Known as the Great Commoner, 1st Earl of Chatham
- Gerhart Hauptmann 1862
- Georgia O'Keeffe 1887
- Joseph Wapner 1919
- Ed Asner 1929
- Whitman Mayo 1930
- Petula Clark 1932
- Jack Burns 1933
- Joanna Barnes 1934
- Kevin Eubanks 1957