OG

o.g.

  1. Also O.G. Philately. original gum: the gum on the back of a stamp when it is issued to the public.
  2. Architecture. ogee.

O.G.

  1. officer of the guard.
  2. Architecture. ogee.
  3. Philately. See o.g.(def 1).
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Historical Examples of og

  • His jaw continued to work, while his eyes looked sideways at Og.

    The Wild Geese

    Stanley John Weyman

  • "Faith, and 'tis idle, this," O'Sullivan Og cried irritably.

    The Wild Geese

    Stanley John Weyman

  • The meeting appeared to be as little expected by the stranger as by Og's party.

    The Wild Geese

    Stanley John Weyman

  • "And by your leave, it is now we'll be going," Og interposed sharply.

    The Wild Geese

    Stanley John Weyman

  • "Bedad, and if you'll be doing that same, we will," O'Sullivan Og answered with a grin.

    The Wild Geese

    Stanley John Weyman


British Dictionary definitions for og

OG

abbreviation for
  1. officer of the guard
  2. Also: o.g philately original gum

o.g.

abbreviation for
  1. own goal
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