Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)
AG, AGG, v.1 tr. and intr. (Only Sh.)
1. Of waves of the sea when wind blows shoreward, or of the wind: to drive towards or against the shore.
Sh. 1908 Jak. (1928):
De sodderli wind ag(g)ed de fish in to de shore.
3. To irritate — e.g. by teasing.
[tr.] To agg ane; [intr.] to keep aggin awa.
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