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agog (uh GAHG) (adjective), more agog, most agog
1. Relating to being intensely excited or eager: Max and Mariam are agog to see all the sights in Paris.
2. Referring to great interest in some action: The news about the new laptops has computer users agog.
3. Etymology: from Old French a gogue, "joke, good humor, joyfulness, merriment"; from gogue, "fun"; of unknown origin.
Very excited with anticipation that something will take place.
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Characteristic of being very eager to see or to do something that is about to take place. (1)