The definition of a nag is a horse, particularly an old one or one in poor condition, or a person who constantly urges, annoys or scolds. An example of nag is a former racehorse which has had many injuries. An example of nag is a wife who constantly reminds her husband of the tasks he has to complete.
Why are horses called nags?
New Member. “Nag” usualy means an old or broken down horse. I think lots of people these days use the term in a derogatory way “I don’t like that horse, its a bit of a nag” or they use it as a term of endearment. Some owners call their very nice horses “nag” or “naglet”.
What does nag mean for a horse?
: horse especially : one that is old or in poor condition.
What animal is nags?
noun A small horse; a pony; hence, any horse, especially one that is of inferior breeding or useless.
What is slang for horse?
hobby (archaic, dialect) yarraman or yarramin (Australian) gee-gee (slang) cuddy or cuddie (dialect, mainly Scottish) studhorse or stud.
What’s an old horse called?
What is another word for old horse?
|inferior horse||tired-out horse|
What does nag stand for?
|NAG||N-Acetylglucosamine (glucose derivative)|
|NAG||National Art Gallery|
|NAG||National Australia Group (financial services)|
|NAG||Network Administrator Guide|
What are gnawing animals?
Rodents: Squirrels, Mice, Porcupines and Others
These mammals are named rodent, which means “gnawing animal,” because of their large incisor teeth and the way they eat. The two long pairs of incisors are used like chisels to gnaw on hard foods like nuts and wood. … Mouse-like rodents include the mouse, rat and hamster.
What are some good horse names?
List of the Most Popular Horse Names