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15.
Some of you may have gotten this right, but most of you are really far off.

Maggot (n): a name used to degrade somebody, generally used in the military. Used by somebody of higher rank to degrade and/or humiliate somebody of lower rank.

Maggot (n): a worm like creature, fly larvae.

MaGGoT (n): A hard core fan of the band SlipKnoT, coined by the drummer of SlipKnoT Joey Jordison.

note: the word maggot does not mean to get really hammered or to drink excessivly the correct spelling for that term is maggit (with an i not o).

note: for definition number three that is it that's all a MaGGoT is in relation to SlipKnoT no more, no less.
Drill sergeant: Drop and give me twenty maggot!

Recruit: Sir yes sir!

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Person one: Gross that apple is covered in maggots.

Person two: yeah gross.

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MaGGoT: I really enjoy listening to the band SlipKnoT.
by the real maggit May 07, 2010
 
16.
Used in Australia to describe when someone is extremely drunk. More often than not, very close to passing out.
Amy: "Have you seen how maggot Kyle is?" Jodie: "yeh he is one drunk ass mofo!"
by Kyle Magile May 09, 2007
 
17.
Soldier's definition of the team.
Soldier: HELP US WIN THE BATTLE, MAGGOTS!
by Dummkopf February 05, 2012
 
18.
Die-hard Slipknot fans that acts like a swarm of maggots on Slipknot concerts.
Exaple:
1. Maggots shall live forever, assholes!
by d10p3t April 22, 2009
 
19.
Someone who is really drunk and falling down all over the place.
Tanya was SUCH a maggot last night!
by LittleWall November 10, 2008
 
20.
tiny, pimple-like penis.
hhmm sweetie... i didn't know you're hiding a maggot in there.
by CyberJake July 22, 2005
 
21.
1. The larva of a fly.

2. A person who is a fan of the nu metal band "Slipknot".
(Not always doughebags, one of the nicest people I know is a maggot)
1. There's maggots in his corpse. EEW!!!!!1!!112@one

2. I'm a maggot, and proud of it.
by cimerax@gmail.com February 12, 2010