Magged
Magged Magged (m[a^]gd), a. (Naut.) Worn; fretted; as, a magged brace. --Ham. Nav. Encyc. [1913 Webster]

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  • magged — I. past of mag II. ˈmagd, aa(ə)gd, aigd adjective Etymology: probably from English dialect, tired, exhausted, of unknown origin : worn, frayed a magged rope …   Useful english dictionary

  • magged — mag (magazine) mæg n. printed publication which is issued at regular intervals mæg v. make small talk, chatter; talk idly n. magpie, person who talks all the time, chatterbox; chatter, small talk …   English contemporary dictionary

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  • mag — mag1 /mag/, n. Informal. magazine. [shortened form] mag2 /mag/, n., v., magged, magging. Brit. Dial. n. 1. a magpie. 2. talk; chatter. v.i. 3. to talk idly; chatter. [shortened form of MAGPIE …   Universalium

  • mag — mag1 noun informal 1》 a magazine. 2》 magnesium or magnesium alloy. 3》 a magneto. 4》 magnitude (of stars or other celestial objects). mag2 Austral./NZ informal verb (mags, magging, magged) chatter incessantly. noun a gossip or chat …   English new terms dictionary

  • mag — I. /mæg / (say mag) verb (i) (magged, magging) 1. to chatter; to talk rapidly and to little purpose. –noun 2. gossip; inconsequential conversation. {abbreviation of magpie (def. 5) –magger, noun –magging, noun II. /mæg / (say …   Australian English dictionary

  • mag. — abbr. 1 magnesium. 2 magneto. 3 magnetic. * * * 1. magazine. 2. magnetism. 3. magneto. 4. magnitude. 5. (in prescriptions) large. [ < L magnus] * * * mag. /mag/ abbrev 1. Magnesium 2. Magnetic …   Useful english dictionary

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