A mascot shared by many great agricultural colleges across the country. Notably Utah State University, Texas A & M and New Mexico State University.
These schools each have roots in agricultural science and have therefore adopted the Aggie as their athletic mascot. What an Aggie is varies depending on the school. Texas A & M has a Collie dog named Reveille as it's mascot. Utah State University uses a bull which they call Big Blue. New Mexico State has a cowboy named Pistol Pete.
People know that if someone is an Aggie from Utah State, they are likely loud and crazy at basketball games.
An Aggie from Texas A&M probably knows a thing or two about massive bonfires.
Nickname for a student at, or former student of, Texas A&M University, or one of the other associated schools.
Derived from the Ag of Agricultural & Mechanical commonly associated with universities established under the Morrill Act of July 2, 1862.
There were 20,229 Texas Aggies who served in World War II. Of these, 14,123 Aggies served as officers, more than any other school, including the combined totals of United States Military Academy and the United States Naval Academy.
To take feces and throw it on the ceiling.
Person 1: Man the bathroom smelled bad today.
Person 2: Didn't you see the aggie on the ceiling?
Person 1: I expected as much.
A student or former student at the best college in Texas, Texas A&M. Well known for its traditions and friendly campus.
Aggies are going to Beat the Hell Outta tu (that other school in austin) this year.
when someone is getting aggravated, the street word for this is aggie.
"look at jack getting aggie to sam"
"Blud, why you getting aggie?"
2. a student of an agricultural collage training program (such as a student of Texas A&M
Around there you always run in one aggie after another.
A spirited group that is stocked full of traditions and family bonds. An angel on earth!
Mommy, when I grow up I want to be an Aggie