hagged

[ hagd, hag-id ]
/ hægd, ˈhæg ɪd /
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adjective British Dialect.


Nearby words

  1. haggadist,
  2. haggai,
  3. haggard,
  4. haggard, sir henry rider,
  5. haggardly,
  6. haggis,
  7. haggle,
  8. hagi,
  9. hagia,
  10. hagia sophia

Origin of hagged

First recorded in 1685–95; hag1 + -ed3

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Word Origin and History for hagged

hagged

adj.

c.1700, from hag, by influence of haggard. Originally "bewitched," also "lean, gaunt," as bewitched persons and animals were believed to become.

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