There are 2 definitions of dug in English:

dug1

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Pronunciation: /dʌɡ
 
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past and past participle of dig.

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There are 2 definitions of dug in English:

dug2

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Pronunciation: /dʌg
 
/

noun

(usually dugs)
1The udder, teat, or nipple of a female animal.
More example sentences
  • It gets very long, and then it goes white, a grizzled mat over withered dugs.
  • She then gently nips the unfed cub to place it near her dugs.
1.1 archaic A woman’s breast.
More example sentences
  • Witches' breasts are usually depicted in art as flat, hanging dugs; they represent the underside of Western eroticism, with its glorification of firm, youthful bosoms.
  • As soon as breasts hang like dugs, the belly fills out and the thighs start to crease like a Shar Pei puppy, it's not about the looks anymore, it's about what they supply.

Origin

mid 16th century: possibly of Old Norse origin and related to Swedish dägga, Danish dægge 'suckle'.

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