spag


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spag

(spæɡ)
vb, spags, spagging or spagged
(tr) dialect South Wales (of a cat) to scratch (a person) with the claws
[of uncertain origin]

spag

(spæɡ)
n
offensive slang Austral an Italian
[from spaghetti]

spag


Past participle: spagged
Gerund: spagging

Imperative
spag
spag
Present
I spag
you spag
he/she/it spags
we spag
you spag
they spag
Preterite
I spagged
you spagged
he/she/it spagged
we spagged
you spagged
they spagged
Present Continuous
I am spagging
you are spagging
he/she/it is spagging
we are spagging
you are spagging
they are spagging
Present Perfect
I have spagged
you have spagged
he/she/it has spagged
we have spagged
you have spagged
they have spagged
Past Continuous
I was spagging
you were spagging
he/she/it was spagging
we were spagging
you were spagging
they were spagging
Past Perfect
I had spagged
you had spagged
he/she/it had spagged
we had spagged
you had spagged
they had spagged
Future
I will spag
you will spag
he/she/it will spag
we will spag
you will spag
they will spag
Future Perfect
I will have spagged
you will have spagged
he/she/it will have spagged
we will have spagged
you will have spagged
they will have spagged
Future Continuous
I will be spagging
you will be spagging
he/she/it will be spagging
we will be spagging
you will be spagging
they will be spagging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been spagging
you have been spagging
he/she/it has been spagging
we have been spagging
you have been spagging
they have been spagging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been spagging
you will have been spagging
he/she/it will have been spagging
we will have been spagging
you will have been spagging
they will have been spagging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been spagging
you had been spagging
he/she/it had been spagging
we had been spagging
you had been spagging
they had been spagging
Conditional
I would spag
you would spag
he/she/it would spag
we would spag
you would spag
they would spag
Past Conditional
I would have spagged
you would have spagged
he/she/it would have spagged
we would have spagged
you would have spagged
they would have spagged
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