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aggie1

a type of playing marble: I'll swap you two aggies for that milkshake. Compare acker1, aggles, aggot.

Contributor's comments: I went to primary school in Newport (3015) in the 50s and 60s and we used the term aggies.

Contributor's comments: I went to primary school in Bankstown NSW in the 40s and 50s and we used the term aggies.

Contributor's comments: We used to play alleys in the outer Northern suburbs of Melbourne in the the 1960's. Typically they were the clear ones, while the opaque ones were 'aggies' or 'agates', and the big ones were 'tombolas' (that's a guess at the spelling)
aggie2

As refered to by a "Townie", an "Aggie" is a farmer or pastoralist who is uncivilised or uncouth in nature. (This term was widely used in Orange where I grew up and was often used in conjunction with or in place of the more common "Redneck" as in "damned redneck Aggies!"...although I have never heard the term used anywhere else: Those bloody Aggies have destroyed the cricket pitch by doing circle work in their utes!