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Definition of the noun togs
What does togs mean as a name of something?
- informal terms for clothing
Alternative definition of the noun togs
- [UK] Clothes.
- [New Zealand, Queensland, Australia] A swimsuit.
- clothes for a specific occasion or use.
TOGs: Terry's Old Geezers/Gals/Gits were people who listened to the Wake Up to Wogan show on BBC Radio 2 until it ended in December 2009. They often take on pseudonyms, as did the newsreaders, prior to February 2007.
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for TOGs
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The Cyropædia of Xenophon (1846)
According to the Text of L. Dindorf; with Notes: for the Use of Schools and Colleges by Xenophon
ago:Togs is a 9's fuzgoo &s", march in front of us. Hutchinson is mistaken in supposing Fuzrgoa 3 or pleonastic here. By a similar fulness of ...
Proceedings of the International Conference on Physics Education in Cultural Contexts : Cheongwon, South Korea, 13-17 August 2001 by Yunebae Park
Graph-related Abilities of Subjects All the subjects were asked to complete TOGS as a basis for reading line graphs. TOGS is a 26-part multiple choice test and requires approximately 40 minutes to administer. TOGS scores range from 0 to ...
The Godzone Dictionary (2010)
Of Favourite New Zealand Words and Phrases by Max Cryer
togs Garment especially worn for swimming. The word is directly derived from the Latin word ...
The Slang Dictionary (1894)
Etymological, Historical, and Anecdotal by John Camden Hotten
Togs, clothes; “Sunday ToGs,” best clothes. One of the oldest cant words—in use in the time of Henry VIII. See CANT. Toke, dry bread. Sometimes used to denote a lump of anything. Toko for yam, a Roland for an Oliver. Possibly from a system ...
A Guide to Language on the 18th and 19th Century Streets of London by John Camden Hotten
TOGS, clothes; "Sunday TOGS,” best clothes. One of the oldest cant words, in use in the time of Henry VIII. TOGERY, clothes ...
Used at the Present Day in the Streets of London, the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, the Houses of Parliament, the Dens of St. Giles, and the Palaces of St. James : Preceded by a History of Cant and Vulgar Language : with Glossaries of Two Secret Languages, Spoken by the Wandering Tribes of London, the Costermongers, and the Patterers by John Camden Hotten
TOGS, clothes ; " Sunday togs," best clothes. One of the oldest cant words, in use in the time of Henry VIII. TOGERY, clothes, harness, domestic paraphernalia of any kind. TOKE, dry bread. TOL-LOL, or tol-lolish, tolerable, or tolerably. TOMMY.
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Scrabble value of T1O1G2S1
The value of this 4-letter word is 5 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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