Verb. Adjective. Noun. Adverb.
Verb: 1. The act of nugging is when you lay on the floor and circle around on your side. Your head is the pivot point. You can really get the whole effect of nugging if you make obnoxious sounds. 2. You may also "nug" someone. This is when you essentially hit another person in the nug. (see Noun) The hit isn't so hard that it hurts for a long time. You can flick someone or lightly punch them and this would qualify as a nug.
Adjective: Use the words nug or nuggy when describing a situation or person.
Noun: Everyone has a nug. You will only know where your nug is located when someone hits you there. You will know if you get hit in the nug. Usually, the nug is located in the shoulder or side. Some people have a rare condition where their nug is located in their abdoman. This is usually the case in more tubby men.
*This nug has no relation to drugs, NugMagazine, or a certain type of plant!*
It was so nuggy when Savannah nugged me in the nug.
1. the act of turning someones backpack, bag, purse, etc. inside-out.
Curtis likes to nug Tyler's backpack.
Also: Cameron nugged Steven's bag yesterday.
A very well taken photograph that includes extreme clarity, interesting subject matter, and great composition.
Yo check out that guy with the big lens! Oh man, he's probably busting a serious nug!"
Nug is a word used for an attractive women/girl that you don't tend to have a close relationship with. Just tends to be a girl walking by or a girl you have short relations with leaving the word with a shallow connotation. Short for nugget, as in gold.
Ryan Sheckler: "Did you see that girl on the beach,what a nug!"
Neck-Hug, A variation of a hug using your necks
I'm having a bad day I need a nug!
Also referred to as a gun (slang) or gun spelled backwards. Used back in the day.
Yeah... I got my nug in case these fools start trippin.
The Act nugging is the taking of someone's backpack, taking all the contents out, turning the backpack inside out, then placing the contents back in the bag, zipping it back up inside out and placing it by the victim, while the unknowingly get nugged
Bob nugged (past tense) Ian.