noun, plural mog·gies. British Informal.
Origin of moggy
Examples from the Web for moggy
The corporal waited for orders, and Moggy waited for her husband.
Don't put so much rum in your discourse, Moggy, you make me long for a glass of grog.Snarleyyow|Captain Frederick Marryat
Moggy, who seemed deeply interested, instantly applied the history to herself.
It surprised and puzzled him that Moggy bore him no ill-will, after all the injury he had inflicted on her.
“Your good health, Mr Vanslyperken,” said Moggy, drinking to him.