Eggnog



[eg-nog] /ˈɛgˌnɒg/

noun
1.
a drink made of , milk or cream, sugar, and, usually, rum or wine.
/ˌɛɡˈnɒɡ/
noun
1.
a drink that can be served hot or cold, made of eggs, milk, sugar, spice, and brandy, rum, or other spirit Also called egg flip
n.

also egg nog, c.1775, American English, from egg (n.) + nog “strong ale.”

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