shagged

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English[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Old English sceacgede, from sceacga (shag)

Adjective[edit]

shagged (comparative more shagged, superlative most shagged)

  1. (rare) Having or covered with shaggy hair.
  2. (obsolete)Unkempt; clothed in rags; ragged.
  3. (obsolete) Of garments and fabrics: having a rough or long nap.
  4. Covered with scrub, trees, or rough or shaggy growth.
  5. Jagged; having a rough, uneven surface.
  6. Of hair: long; rough; shaggy.

Verb[edit]

shagged

  1. simple past tense and past participle of shag

Etymology 2[edit]

Origin uncertain. Perhaps related to fagged or to shag

Adjective[edit]

shagged (comparative more shagged, superlative most shagged)

  1. (vulgar) Extremely tired
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