or do·gey, do·gy
- a motherless calf in a cattle herd.
Origin of dogie
Examples from the Web for dogy
Historical Examples of dogy
Do you think for a minute we can stop to drive a dogy all the way to Grub Stake?The Trail Boys on the Plains
Jay Winthrop Allen
Mrs. Elkins, havin' pulled him through his own dogy stage, dropped out of the cow business, an' devoted herself to kids.Yellowstone Nights
And like the dogy, I didn't run across anything that looked natural or inviting.The Happy Family
Bertha Muzzy Bower
- a variant spelling of dogie
dogy or dogey
- Western US and Canadian a motherless calf
Word Origin for dogie
"motherless calf in a herd," 1887, cowboy slang, of uncertain origin.