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wog

noun \ˈwäg, ˈwg\

Definition of WOG

chiefly British usually disparaging
:  a dark-skinned foreigner; especially :  one from the Middle East or Far East

Origin of WOG

perhaps short for golliwog
First Known Use: circa 1929

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