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adjective, noun Informal.
agriculture: ag courses; to major in ag.
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Origin of ag

By shortening

Words nearby ag

Other definitions for ag (2 of 6)

Ag

Symbol, Chemistry.
silver.

Origin of Ag

From the Latin word argentum

Other definitions for ag (3 of 6)

ag-

variant of ad- before g: agglutinate.

Other definitions for ag (4 of 6)

ag.

abbreviation
agriculture.

Other definitions for ag (5 of 6)

Ag.

abbreviation
August.

Other definitions for ag (6 of 6)

A.G.

or AG


abbreviation
Adjutant General.
Attorney General.
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British Dictionary definitions for ag (1 of 4)

ag1
/ (æx) /

interjection Southern African
an expression of surprise, annoyance, pleasure, etc
sentence connector
an expression used to preface a remark, gain time, etc

British Dictionary definitions for ag (2 of 4)

ag2

the internet domain name for
Antigua and Barbuda

British Dictionary definitions for ag (3 of 4)

Ag

the chemical symbol for
silver

Word Origin for Ag

from Latin argentum

British Dictionary definitions for ag (4 of 4)

AG

abbreviation for
Adjutant General
Attorney General
Aktiengesellschaft

Word Origin for AG

(for sense 3) German: joint-stock company
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Scientific definitions for ag

Ag

The symbol for silver.
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