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wags, 3rd person singular present; wagged, past participle; wagged, past tense; wagging, present participle;
  1. (with reference to an animal's tail) Move or cause to move rapidly to and fro
    • - his tail began to wag
    • - the dog went out, wagging its tail
  2. Move (an upward-pointing finger) from side to side to signify a warning or reprimand
    • - she wagged a finger at Elinor
  3. (used of a tongue, jaw, or chin, as representing a person) Talk, esp. in order to gossip or spread rumors
    • - this is a small island, and tongues are beginning to wag
  1. A person who makes facetious jokes

  1. move from side to side; "The happy dog wagged his tail"
  2. a witty amusing person who makes jokes
  3. Wag is a traditional highland district in the Amhara Region of Ethiopia, in the approximate location of the modern Wag Hemra Zone. Weld Blundell described the district as bounded on the south by the mountains of Lasta, on the east and north by the Tellare River, and the west by the Tekezé. ...
  4. WAGs (or Wags) is an acronym used particularly by the British tabloid press to describe the wives and girlfriends of high-profile football players, originally the England national football team.
  5. (WAGS (AM)) WAGS (1380 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Country music format.Licensed to Bishopville, South Carolina, USA. The station is currently owned by Beaver Communications.
  6. A wild-assed guess; a rough estimate; One of the ‘wives and girlfriends’ of sports stars or other celebrities, originally and especially of association football players
  7. An oscillating movement; A witty person; To swing from side to side, especially of an animal's tail; To not go to school, either for a class or classes or the entire school day;^1 play the wag; hop the wag; wag it.^2
  8. ("Wags") Sprint Car fan Ken Wagner. Leader of the Wagtimers.
  9. (WAGS) This is a common abbreviation for Walgreens. More about Walgreens shopping HERE.
  10. (WAGS) Western Australian Genealogical Society
  11. (wags) this boy looks a real talent
  12. Welsh Assembly Government
  13. Wives And Girlfriends, specifically the glamorous and extravagant female partners of male celebrities
  14. A slang term for a waterwag, namely, the smallest type of Kingstown boat.
  15. Water-alternating-gas injection. An enhanced production technique which utilises a single well to alternatively inject water and then gas to displace the oil.
  16. "Wild-Assed Guess" The improper way to conduct the science of meteorology.
  17. 1. a humorous, amusing person; practical joker. 2. (of children) to wilfully be absent from school; play truant.
  18. Stands for "wives and girlfriends" and is commonly used in England to classify the significant others of football (soccer) stars.
  19. A generic term describing a car or truck.
  20. Wild-ass guess, followed by the more precise SWAG: scientific wild-ass guess.
  21. A humorous or droll person; a wit.
  22. An arch-frolicsome fellow.
  23. Wireless Access Gateway
  24. White Anti-Glare Louvres
  25. or wagging - to skip school or work to do something else on someone else's time.