agog

I am a little bit behind on the word of the day but never too late to catch up!

agog \ uh-GOG \ , adjective;

1. Full of excitement or interest; in eager desire; eager, keen.

Quote:
By the second day he had found his sea-legs, and with hair flying and double-waistcoats flapping, hepatrolled the deck agog with excitement, questioning and noting.
— Richard Holmes, Coleridge: Darker Reflections,1804-1834

Origin:
Agog derives from Middle French en gogues, “in mirth; lively.”

The frog is an Amazon horned frog, photo from National Geographic. What a funny-looking frog!
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