Meagre in Jamaican dialect means having little flesh, thin, slim.

In use since

1597, William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet, Act 5, Scene 1, 1843, William Shakespeare, Samuel Weller Singer (notes), Charles Symmons (life), The Dramatic Works and Poems, Volume 2, page 462,
meagre were his looks; / Sharp misery had worn him to the bones:
Also used in British and Candadian dialects but rare.

Pronounced mahga in the Caribbean.
Gal, you meagre like a broom stick.

Look pon you too how yah meagre and tough!
by Tropical Rythms December 7, 2021
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