Main meanings of sheep-shagging in English

: sheep-shagging1sheep-shagging2

sheep-shagging1

Pronunciation /ˈʃiːpʃaɡɪŋ/

noun

slang British, Irish, Australian, New Zealand
  • Usually as part of an insult or derogatory suggestion, especially directed at a man from a rural region: sexual intercourse with sheep.

Origin

1950s; earliest use found in Brendan Behan (1923–1964), writer. From sheep + shagging [adjective].

Main meanings of sheep-shagging in English

: sheep-shagging1sheep-shagging2

sheep-shagging2

Pronunciation /ˈʃiːpʃaɡɪŋ/

adjective

slang, derogatory British
  • Designating a man who (it is suggested) engages in sexual intercourse with sheep. Usually as a term of abuse: designating a man from a rural region; (of a place) rural, hilly.

Origin

1990s; earliest use found in Usenet (newsgroups). From sheep + shagging [adjective].