moggy

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noun mog·gy \ˈmä-gē\

Definition of moggy

plural

moggies

British

  1. :  cat

Examples of moggy in a sentence

  1. <an unattached schoolteacher who lives in a London flat with a moggy as her only companion>

Variants of moggy

or less commonly

moggie

Origin and Etymology of moggy

probably from Moggy, from Mog, nickname from the name Margaret


First Known Use: circa 1911



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