As full as a goog
- full; drunk or eaten to the excess. "Goog" is a variation of the northern English slangword "goggie" meaning an egg.
Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.
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(as) full as a goog — very drunk. → goog … English new terms dictionary
as full as a goog — Australian Slang full; drunk or eaten to the excess. Goog is a variation of the northern English slangword goggie meaning an egg … English dialects glossary
goog — full as a goog Extremely drunk, or unable to eat any more because you are full. Goog, abbreviated from googie, comes from Scots goggie, a child s word for egg. It is a variation on an earlier Australian phrase in the same sense:full as a tick.… … Australian idioms
goog — /gʊg / (say goog) Colloquial –noun 1. an egg. –phrase 2. full as a goog, a. extremely drunk. b. feeling replete … Australian English dictionary
goog — noun Austral./NZ informal an egg. Phrases (as) full as a goog very drunk. Origin 1940s: abbrev. of googie, from Sc. dialect goggie, child s word for an egg … English new terms dictionary
goog — n. Austral. sl. an egg. Phrases and idioms: full as a goog very drunk. Etymology: 20th c.: orig. unkn … Useful english dictionary
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dolly's wax — full up to dolly s wax Would you like more dessert? No, I m full up to dolly s wax. This rather old fashioned phrase means that you have eaten enough. It refers to the time before plastics were widely used, when children s dolls had wax heads… … Australian idioms
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