Geebag vs Wagon - What's the difference?
As nouns the difference between geebag and wagon
is that geebag
is (ireland|slang|derogatory) an objectionable person, usually female while wagon
(Ireland, slang, derogatory) An objectionable person, usually female.
* 2008 , Tana French, The Likeness (page 312)
* 2010 , Gerald Hansen, Hand in the Till
- 'OhmyGod', I said, matching his peeved tone and doing the same geebag accent I'd used to get Naylor out of his hedge.
- “Get it offa me, ye mindless geebag !” Tomlinson's glazed eyes danced with sudden glee, and he tore the top from her, Dymphna's breasts spilling out like the screams spilled from her mouth.
* waggon (UK)
A four-wheeled cart for hauling loads.
A freight car on a railway.
A child's riding toy, four-wheeled and pulled or steered by a long handle in the front.
(US, Australia, slang) A station wagon (or SUV).
(slang) A paddy wagon.
A truck, or lorry.
(Ireland, slang, dated, derogatory) (A derogatory term for a woman); bitch; slapper; cow.
* 1974 , in Threshold , Issues 25–27, Lyric Players Theatre, page 96:
* 1990 , Roddy Doyle, The Snapper , Penguin Group (1992), ISBN 978-0-14-017167-9:
- “I’m not like that; I know what you mean but I’m not like that. When you said a field I nearly laughed because I was in a field last week with Ursula Brogan behind the football pitch. We followed Cissy Caffery there and two boys from the secondary. She’s a wagon . She did it with them one after the other, and we watched.”
* 1998 , Neville Thompson, Two Birds/One Stoned , Poolbeg:
pages 30–31: —Don’t know. ——She hates us. It’s prob’ly cos Daddy called her a wagon at tha’ meetin’. ¶ Sharon laughed. She got out of bed. ¶ —He didn’t really call Miss O’Keefe a wagon, she told Tracy. —He was only messin’ with yeh.
- page 8: “Well fuck yeh, yeh stuck-up little wagon .”
* broom wagon
* chuck wagon
* covered wagon
* fall off the wagon
* fix someone's wagon
* hitch one's wagon to a star
* jump on the bandwagon
* meat wagon
* on the bandwagon
* on the wagon
* off the wagon
* paddy wagon
* station wagon
* wagon train
* German: (l)
To transport by means of a wagon.
To travel in a wagon.