SARGE

Etymology 1

Noun

sarge (plural sarges)

(colloquial) sergeant

Usage notes

• Like mom, dad, or doctor, Sarge can function either as a title, a simple shortening of "sergeant," or a substitute name for the bearer of that title, e.g. Sarge, a character from the American comic strip Beetle Bailey.

Etymology 2

Coined by Ross Jeffries, after his cat Sarge.

Verb

sarge (third-person singular simple present sarges, present participle sarging, simple past and past participle sarged)

(seduction community) to go out and engage women in order to pick them up

Anagrams

• Agers, GRASE, Regas, SEGRA, Segar, agers, gaser, gears, rages, regas, sager, segar

Source: Wiktionary



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