Pronunciation: noun \vag•nu̇-gər\ plural \vag•nu̇-gərs\
Etymology: From the combination of vagina and booger; vagina from Latin, literally, sheath First Known Use: 1682 and booger from alteration of English dialect buggard, boggart, from 1bug + -ard First Known Use: 1866
Date: 21st century
Variant of Vagnooger: Vagnoogie.
1: a canal in a female mammal that leads from the uterus to the external orifice of the genital canal with wet or dried nasal mucus
Ex 1 Sample Sentence: Honey, I have vagnoogers coming out of me, we maybe having a baby tonight.