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One of the ‘wives and girlfriends’ of well known people, specifically of celebrity football (US: soccer) players

In Wimbledon, the tennis WAGs and - just as excitingly - HABs (Husbands and Boyfriends) have been appearing courtside, enthusiastically cheering on their beloved other halves with a degree of style.

A wild-assed guess; a rough estimate
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

They had wagged it from school, as they termed it, which..meant truancy in all its forms.

To swing from side to side, especially of an animal's tail
An oscillating movement

The wag of my dog's tail expresses happiness.

A witty person
{n} a merry droll, an arch or queer fellow
{v} tomove or shake slightly, move, stir
To move one way and the other; to be shaken to and fro; to vibrate
To be in action or motion; to move; to get along; to progress; to stir
To not go to school, either for a class or classes or the entire school day
causing to move repeatedly from side to side a witty amusing person who makes jokes move from side to side; "The happy dog wagged his tail
To swing from side to side, especially of an animals tail
a witty amusing person who makes jokes
If you wag your head, you move it from side to side, often because you are unhappy about a situation. He wags his head unhappily. = shake. A humorous or droll person; a wit
To move one way and the other with quick turns; to shake to and fro; to move vibratingly; to cause to vibrate, as a part of the body; as, to wag the head
To go; to depart; to pack oft
move from side to side; "The happy dog wagged his tail"
{f} move from side to side or up and down; move the tongue rapidly (as in gossip or purposeless speech); shake, sway
If you wag your finger, you shake it repeatedly and quickly from side to side, usually because you are annoyed with someone. He wagged a disapproving finger
causing to move repeatedly from side to side
A man full of sport and humor; a ludicrous fellow; a humorist; a wit; a joker
{i} side to side movement (as of a tail); swinging, shake; joker, humorous person (Informal)
The act of wagging; a shake; as, a wag of the head
When a dog wags its tail, it repeatedly waves its tail from side to side. The dog was biting, growling and wagging its tail
Having an exposed pendulum
Wag the Dog
1997 film starring Dustin Hoffman and Robert De Niro (directed by Barry Levinson)
wag one's finger at
point at, indicate with the finger
wag the dog syndrome
instance in which a national leader starts a war or other military conflict in order to divert attention from a scandal (Politics)
wag the tongue
chatter, talk constantly
witty, jocular, like a wag
to stand behind someone else, usually holding his/her hips or embracing him/her, with one's unerected penis between his/her buttocks and moving his/her waist gently from side to side
{a} frolicsome, sportive, wanton, merry
{a} in a waggish manner, wantonly
{n} wantonness, merry pranks
{i} (Slang) chat, conversation, talk, chitchat
past of wag
present participle of wag
a waggish person makes clever and amusing jokes, remarks etc
Done, made, or laid in waggery or for sport; sportive; humorous; as, a waggish trick
Like a wag; mischievous in sport; roguish in merriment or good humor; frolicsome
mischievous, tricky
witty or joking; "Muskrat Castle as the house has been facetiously named by some waggish officer"- James Fenimore Cooper
{s} humorous, clownish; that resembles a wag
in a waggish manner
plural of wag
Third-person singular present indicative of to wag

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    /ˈwag/ /ˈwæɡ/


    [ 'wag ] (verb.) 13th century. Middle English waggen, noun wagge, feminine root of Old English waian, (Middle English noun wae) to oscillate, shake. Compare the Old English verb waġian The verb may be regarded as an iterative or emphatic form of waian waw, verb, which is often nearly synonymous; it was used, e.g., of a loose tooth. Parallel formations from the same root are the Old Norse vagga feminine, cradle (Swedish vagga, Dutch vugge), Swedish vagga to rock a cradle, early modern German waggen (modern High German dialect wacken) to waver, totter. Compare waggle, verb