Other definitions for aggie (2 of 3)


or Ag·gie

[ ag-ee ]

  1. an agriculture college.

  2. a student at an agricultural college.

Origin of aggie

An Americanism dating back to 1900–05; ag(ricultural) + -ie

Other definitions for Aggie (3 of 3)

[ ag-ee ]

  1. a female given name, form of Agatha or Agnes.

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How to use aggie in a sentence

  • "Oh, they'll maybe put aggie Lowrieson on your side o' the table," he volunteered, glad that at last she had shown some feeling.

    The Underworld | James C. Welsh
  • He took up little aggie, who appeared to interest him, and abruptly observed: "Nanda isn't so pretty."

    The Awkward Age | Henry James
  • Many things have altered, goodness knows, since I was aggie's age, but nothing's so different as what you all do with your girls.

    The Awkward Age | Henry James
  • It was not, as you seem to remember, with the sight of Mr. Mitchett that the question of aggie's hand began to occupy me.

    The Awkward Age | Henry James