Definition of Moog in English:

Moog

noun

Music
  • A trademark for: any of a range of electronic keyboard synthesizers.

Origin

1960s; earliest use found in The Post-Standard. From the name of Robert A. Moog, U.S. engineer, inventor of the forerunner to the commercially available synthesizer, and head of Moog Music Inc. (formerly the R. A. Moog Co.), which produced the later instruments.

Pronunciation

Moog

/muːɡ//məʊɡ/