1) Something that is piercing, through insightfulness or pathos.
2) Of a booty: large to the point of intimidation.
1) Will there ever be another play as dag as Waiting for Godot?
2) I couldn't talk to her; that donk was too dag.
2) expression of surprise or amazement
1) Dag...I got fired from Dempsey's
2) You mean you found 7 mosquitoes in one omelet? DAG!
An Australian slang term.
A dag is technically the matted wool on a sheeps tail, but in typical useage throughout Australia, it refers to people who don't have a neat, tidy or cultured appearance. It can also refer to a person who tends to be quite informal.
It is not necessarily a derogatory term in modern useage.
I'm a bit of a dag today, I'm wearing my trackie-daks
1. dirty wool around sheeps bum.
2. An unfashionable person.
2b) term of endearment for a unfashionable person that tells corny joke.
Whether it is a term or an insult depends on the context.
"John Travolta is such a dag!"(term of endearment)
"God you are so daggy." (insult)
DAG: noun 1a. (usually in the plural) a lump of matted wool and faeces hanging from the rear end of a sheep; b. such a lump cut from a sheep. 2. a person (primarily male) who is regarded as something of a ‘character’, eccentric but entertainingly so, a wag. 3a. an unfashionable adolescent. b. any unfashionable or non-stylish person.
I told you to shear the dags off those sheep Bruce not turn 'em into bloody dredlocks! You bloody dag!
affectionate insult for an odd, idiosyncratic person
He's a bit of a dag but we love him.
means dang or whoa (can be positive or negative)
must be said very casually; can be used to express sympathy, surprise, awe, and many others.
must drag out the "aaa"; not too long, but so it isn't too short; like a crowd at a magic show going "Oooo...Ahhh..."
"Look at those titties ... dag."
(House across the street explodes)- "Dag."
"Grandpa just died? Dag."
Man 1: "I have to write a 1000 page paper on the life of Tony Danza."
Man 2: "Dag."
1. A turd hanging off the rear end of a sheep (caught in the fleece).
2. Someone who is daggy, i.e. uncool. This can be meant insultingly or affectionately. (Much like that other well-known Australianism, "you old bastard".) On the face of it, it's an insult, but there are ways in which it is seen as admirable to be a dag – having one's own style, not caring for public opinion, being outrageous, being a source of friendly amusement, being original.
1. "About time the farmer cut off those dags."
2. (a) Insulting: "I wouldn't go out with him, he's the biggest dag around."
(b) Affectionate: "She's such a dag, we always have heaps of fun."
3. Comedian John Clarke's character on New Zealand and later Australian radio, Fred Dagg, so named for obvious reasons.