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Used after Neuburg to designate something that is slightly risqué or indecent. Also applied arbitrarily to things which are bizarre, interesting, or unusual in some other way.
1950s. Apparently irregularly from oestrous + -o- + either bog or bog + -ulous, attributed to Victor Benjamin Neuburg, British writer; compare.
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