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Verb: wag (wagged,wagging)  wag
  1. Move from side to side
    "The happy dog wagged his tail";
    - waggle
  2. [Austral, NZ, informal] Be absent from work or school without permission
    "The boy often wags";
    - bunk off [Brit, informal], play hooky [N. Amer, informal], skive [Brit, informal], bunk [Brit, informal], mitch [Ireland, informal], truant, play truant
Noun: wag  wag
  1. A witty amusing person who makes jokes
    - wit, card, dag [US, Austral, informal]
  2. Causing to move repeatedly from side to side
    - waggle, shake
  3. [UK] A wife or girlfriend of a professional sportsman, esp. one that likes to appear in public or travel with them

Derived forms: wags, wagging, wagged

Type of: agitation, cut, humorist, jiggle, joggle, skip, wiggle

Encyclopedia: Wag