British English Slang – Moggy.
Meaning – An informal name for a cat. A domestic cat that is not a pedigree or purebred. Moggy is similar to the term alley cat used in American English. This expression is often used affectionately to describe a beloved pet cat, regardless of their breed.
- Cat got your tongue? (idiom) – This expression is said to someone who has nothing to say.
- Copycat (idiom) – A person who copies someone else.
- Let the cat out of the bag (idiom) – To reveal a secret.
- Photo Vocabulary – Cat
- When the cat’s away, the mice will play (proverb)
- “Your little moggy is so cute!”
In The News:
Talented moggy collects mail from postman and takes it to deaf owner
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