fag


1fag

verb \ˈfag\
faggedfag·ging

Definition of FAG

intransitive verb
:  to work hard :  toil
transitive verb
:  to tire by strenuous activity :  exhaust <fagged by the strenuous climb>

Origin of FAG

perhaps from obsolete fag to droop, from fag fag end
First Known Use: 1772

Rhymes with FAG

2fag

noun

Definition of FAG

1
chiefly British :  toil, drudgery
2
:  drudge 1

First Known Use of FAG

1780

3fag

noun

Definition of FAG

:  an English public-school boy who acts as servant to an older schoolmate

Origin of FAG

probably short for faggot
First Known Use: 1785

4fag

verb

Definition of FAG

intransitive verb
:  to serve as a fag especially in an English public school <fagging for older boys during his first year>

First Known Use of FAG

1806

5fag

noun

Definition of FAG

:  cigarette

Origin of FAG

fag end
First Known Use: circa 1888

Other Drug/Tobacco Terms

controlled, flake, herb, key, sodden

6fag

noun

Definition of FAG

usually disparaging
:  faggot
fag·gy \ˈfa-gē\ adjective, usually disparaging

First Known Use of FAG

1921

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