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babylon

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dag

  • Fool or idiot. Australian. It's the leftover dung on a sheeps bum.
    He's such a dag.

    Last edited on May 13 2011. Submitted by Alun from Los Angeles, CA, USA on Jul 05 1998.

  • "Oh, shoot!"; "darn"; "Oh no." A bit less than being mad; wishing a particular thing wasn't done.
    Oh, dag, I didn't mean for you to eat the whole bag!

    Last edited on May 13 2011. Submitted by J from NJ, USA on Jan 03 2000.

  • exclamation of surprise; short for "dang," used to substitute "damn"; also DOUBLE DAG

    Last edited on Oct 28 2003. Submitted by Adriana W. on Oct 28 2003.

  • it is used to describe a person whose clothes are unfashionable, or sloppy (tracksuit pants and moccasins are daggy)
    Those pants are so daggy.

    Last edited on Apr 15 2005. Submitted by Caroline H. on Apr 15 2005.

  • someone who is nerdy/goofy/kind of funny/doesn't quite fit in, but is nonetheless quite endearing or likeable. Origin: Whilst a dag could be dung-coated wool, as you would find stuck under a sheep's bottom, in Australian slang.
    He's such a dag.

    Last edited on Apr 15 2005. Submitted by Caroline H. on Apr 15 2005.

noun

  • A crazy person. Nut-case. But in a friendly, almost affectionate way. Australian
    I'm worried about Bob's health, and he's worried about whether I had fun on holiday. He's such a dag.

    Last edited on Jun 20 2005. Submitted by Aaron H. on Jun 20 2005.

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dig (one's) chili

verb

  • To be physically attracted to.
    Man, that girl was diggin' your chili.

    Last edited on Jul 28 2010. Submitted by Joshua C. from Houston, TX, USA on Apr 15 2005.

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