Main meanings of aggie in English

: aggie1Aggie2

aggie1

(also aggy)

noun

informal, dialect
  • A type of highly-prized playing marble made of agate or variegated glass resembling agate.

Origin

Late 19th century. From ag- + -y.

Pronunciation

aggie

/ˈaɡi/

Main meanings of Aggie in English

: aggie1Aggie2

Aggie2

(also aggie)

noun

informal
  • 1An agriculturalist, specifically a student at an agricultural college. Frequently (and in earliest use): a member of a sports team from such a college; (in plural) the team itself.

  • 2An agricultural institution or college (often as the nickname of a specific institution).

adjective

informal
  • Of or belonging to an Aggy or Aggies; relating to an agricultural college, department, team, etc.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in The New York Times. From ag + -y.

Pronunciation

Aggie

/ˈaɡi/