/vohg/, n.
1. something in fashion, as at a particular time: Short hairdos were the vogue in the twenties.
2. popular currency, acceptance, or favor; popularity: The book is having a great vogue.
[1565-75; < MF: wave or course of success < OIt voga a rowing, deriv. of vogare to row, sail < ?]
Syn. 1. mode. See fashion.

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  • vogue — VOGUE. s. fem. L impulsion, le mouvement d une galere ou autre vaisseau par la force des rames. Vogue lente & foible, vogue pressée & forte. Il sign. fig. Le credit, l estime, la reputation où est une personne. Ce Predicateur avoit fort la vogue …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Vogue — Vogue, n. [F. vogue a rowing, vogue, fashion, It. voga, fr. vogare to row, to sail; probably fr. OHG. wag?n to move, akin to E. way. Cf. {Way}.] 1. The way or fashion of people at any particular time; temporary mode, custom, or practice; popular… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Vogue — 〈[vo:g] f.; ; unz.〉 1. Bewegung, Antrieb 2. Beliebtheit; →a. en vogue [<frz. vogue „Zulauf, Schwung; Ansehen, Beifall; Glück, Ruf“; zu voguer „fahren, schwimmen, rudern“] * * * Vogüé   [vɔ gɥe], Eugène …   Universal-Lexikon

  • vogue — [vəug US voug] n [C usually singular, U] [Date: 1500 1600; : French; Origin: act of rowing, course, fashion , from Old Italian voga, from vogare to row ] a popular and fashionable style, activity, method etc = ↑fashion vogue for ▪ the vogue for… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • vogue — [ voug ] noun 1. ) singular something that is popular or fashionable: Thin mustaches used to be the vogue. 2. ) uncount the state of being popular or fashionable: in vogue: Platform shoes are back in vogue …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • vogue — 1570s, the vogue, leading place in popularity, greatest success or acceptance, from M.Fr. vogue fashion, success, drift, swaying motion (of a boat) lit. a rowing, from O.Fr. voguer to row, sway, set sail, probably from Old Low Ger. *wogon,… …   Etymology dictionary

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