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  • dogie — (origin uncertain, see below)    1) West: 1888. A motherless calf; a young, scrawny calf; a runt.    Alternate forms: doge, dogee, dogey, doghie, dogie calf, dogy, doughie.    2) Arizona, California: 1921. By extension, a motherless lamb. Also… …   Vocabulario Vaquero

  • doggie — /ˈdɒgi/ (say dogee) noun 1. a little dog. 2. (a pet term for any dog.) 3. → doggie mackerel. –phrase 4. doggie style (or fashion), (of sexual intercourse) with a man entering his partner, who is kneeling on all fours, from behind. Also, doggy …   Australian English dictionary

  • doggie bag — /ˈdɒgi bæg/ (say dogee bag) noun a bag provided by a restaurant or the like, for carrying home leftovers, as for a dog. Also, doggy bag …   Australian English dictionary

  • doggie mackerel — /dɒgi ˈmækərəl/ (say dogee makuhruhl) noun → Spanish mackerel (def. 2). Also, doggy mackerel, doggie, doggy …   Australian English dictionary

  • doggy — /ˈdɒgi/ (say dogee) adjective (doggier, doggiest) 1. of or relating to a dog. 2. fond of dogs: a doggy person. 3. of or relating to short, coarse, straight wool of nondescript type, frequently found on old sheep. –noun (plural doggies) 4. →… …   Australian English dictionary

  • doggy do — /ˈdɒgi du/ (say dogee dooh) noun Colloquial canine excrement. Also, doggy doo …   Australian English dictionary