white maggot

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From the uniform of white shirt and shorts worn by the Victorian Football League (which became the Australian Football League) field umpires. The umpires' uniforms changed to day-glow orange in 2004.

Noun[edit]

white maggot (plural white maggots)

  1. (Australian rules football, slang, derogatory) A field umpire.
    2004: Come on you white maggot, that was a throw. — Brooke Neindorf, Country footy [1]