Associations to the word «Stag»

Pictures for the word «Stag»

Wiktionary

STAG, noun. An adult male deer.
STAG, noun. A colt, or filly.
STAG, noun. (by extension) (obsolete) A romping girl.
STAG, noun. An improperly or late castrated bull or ram – called also a bull seg. See the Note under ox.
STAG, noun. An outside irregular dealer in stocks, who is not a member of the exchange.
STAG, noun. One who applies for the allotment of shares in new projects, with a view to sell immediately at a premium, and not to hold the stock.
STAG, noun. The European wren, Troglodyles troglodytes.
STAG, noun. (usually attributive) An unmarried male, a bachelor; a male not accompanying a female at a social event.
STAG, noun. A social event for males held in honor of a groom on the eve of his wedding, attended by male friends of the groom, sometimes a fund-raiser.
STAG, noun. A stag beetle.
STAG, verb. (intransitive) (British) To act as a "stag", an irregular dealer in stocks.
STAG, verb. (transitive) To watch; to dog, or keep track of.
STAG, adverb. Of a man, attending a formal social function without a date.
STAG BEETLE, noun. Any of numerous large beetles of the family Lucanidae; the males have elaborate mandibles resembling the antlers of a stag
STAG BEETLE, noun. The species Lucanus cervus, which is the largest beetle in the UK.
STAG BEETLES, noun. Plural of stag beetle
STAG DO, noun. (UK) A stag party.
STAG FILM, noun. A pornographic film (movie)
STAG HOG, noun. (dated) babiroussa
STAG NIGHT, noun. (British) bachelor party
STAG NIGHTS, noun. Plural of stag night
STAG PARTIES, noun. Plural of stag party
STAG PARTY, noun. (British) A bachelor party; a party held for a man who is about to be married.

Dictionary definition

STAG, noun. A male deer, especially an adult male red deer.
STAG, noun. Adult male deer.
STAG, verb. Attend a dance or a party without a female companion.
STAG, verb. Give away information about somebody; "He told on his classmate who had cheated on the exam".
STAG, verb. Watch, observe, or inquire secretly.

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