Wag (disambiguation)

Wag (disambiguation)

Wag is a highland district in the Amhara Region of Ethiopia and was once a medieval province.

Wag can also be:
*A verb expressing a rocking movement, as in the wagging of a dog's tail, or the motion of chemical bonds
*A verb referring to truancy in Australian slang
*Wag's, an American restaurant chain

WAG can refer to:
*WAG, WWII-era acronym for Washington State (National) Guard.
*WAGs, a British tabloid press term for the Wives and Girlfriends of sportsmen, particularly footballers
* WAGS (AM), a radio station (1380 AM) located in Bishopville, South Carolina, United States
*Walgreens, a U.S. convenience/drug store (NYSE symbol: WAG)
*Wanganui Airport, New Zealand (IATA code: WAG)
*Wellsville, Addison and Galeton Railroad, a defunct shortline in New York and Pennsylvania
*Welsh Assembly Government, an executive body in Wales
*West Asian Games, an international sporting event
*"Will & Grace", an American television series
*Winnipeg Art Gallery in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
*Wireless Advisory Group, a group which provides advice and information on wireless technologies to the JANET community
*Wireless Audio Gesture, a wireless device worn by guitarists to change effects
*Women's artistic gymnastics
*World Air Games, an international competition of air sports

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