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ag·gie 1

A playing marble.

[ag(ate) + -y.]

ag·gie 2

n. Informal
1. An agricultural school or college.
2. A student enrolled at such a school or college.

[ag(ricultural) + -y.]


1. slang US an agricultural student
2. informal a kind of playing marble


(ˈæg i)



(ˈæg i)

n. (sometimes cap.)
1. an agriculture college.
2. a student at an agricultural college.
[1900–05, Amer.; ag (ricultural) + -ie]


Not a student or graduate of an A&M (Agricultural and Mechanical) school but, rather, an agate marble.
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