croggy


Related to croggy: backie

croggy

(ˈkrɒɡɪ)
n, pl croggies
dialect Northern English and Midland English a ride on a bicycle as a passenger: give us a croggy!.
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Most of the players, meanwhile, have been walking back from their pitch sessions but a hot and tired Cyrus Christie called out in vain, "Give us a croggy Oggy?
Among the words picked out by Teesside dialect expert Vic Wood are corsey, a North Yorkshire word meaning pavement or pathway; croggy, to ride as a passenger on a bike; mafted, to suffer because of heat, and dimp, a cigarette butt.