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agin

[ uh-gin ]
/ əˈgɪn /
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preposition Dialect.
against; opposed to.
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Origin of agin

First recorded in 1815–25; see origin at again
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British Dictionary definitions for agin

agin
/ (əˈɡɪn) /

preposition
an informal, facetious, or dialect word for against

Word Origin for agin

C19: from obsolete again against
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