To push or shake with the elbow or hand; to jostle; esp., to push or touch, in order to give notice, to excite one's attention, or to warn.
- To move by shoving, bumping, or jerking; jar: a rough wagon ride that jogged the passengers.
- To give a push or shake to; nudge: jogged her dozing companion with her elbow.
- To rouse or stimulate as if by nudging: an old photo that might jog your memory.
- To cause (a horse) to move at a leisurely pace.
- To move with a jolting rhythm: The pack jogged against his back as he ran.
- To run or ride at a steady slow trot: jogged out to their positions on the playing field.
- Sports To run in such a way for sport or exercise.
- To go or travel at a slow or leisurely pace: The old car jogged along until it reached the hill.
- To proceed in a leisurely manner: "while his life was thus jogging easily along” ( Duff Cooper).
- A slight push or shake; a nudge.
- A jogging movement or rhythm.
- A slow steady trot.
- A protruding or receding part in a surface or line.
- An abrupt change in direction: a jog in the road.
- To turn sharply; veer: Here the boundary jogs south.