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First published 2005 (SND, online supplement).

BAGGIE AGGIE, n. A woman wearing large ill-fitting clothes (Fif., Edb. 2000s).Gsw. 1988 Michael Munro The Patter Another Blast 5:
baggy Aggie An insulting name for any female wearing ill-fitting, over-large clothes: 'Hey, baggie Aggie, did ye get that dress at Black's [tent makers] of Greenock?'

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