2. To rouse or to stimulate as if by nudging: There was an old photo in the album that might jog Jill's memory.
3. To turn sharply; to veer: This is where the boundary will jog south.
2. An abrupt change in direction: When Bill came to a jog in the road, he had to make a sharp turn.
3. A slow run done for exercise: Some people depend on a morning jog to give them energy for the day.
At first, jog was a training regimen for athletes, then it became a fad in about 1967.
4. A light shake or push: Mildred gave Bob a jog with her elbow to stop him from talking so much.
The jog in the road caused Edward's car to jog abruptly to the left. The force of this jog also caused Elisa, who was in the back seat, to jog and to spill her coffee all over her lap.