Dawg slang meaning

Dawg slang meaning DEFAULT

Meaning of dawg in English

In particular there will be one with a minimum number of states, which is the one represented by the dawg.

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Cycles can be introduced into the dawg if the divergent and convergent node numbers are equal.

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The exact formation of the resulting dawg varies depending upon the order in which the words are presented.

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Obviously the order in which the words are presented to the dawg building algorithm is important in order to keep the amount of memory used to a minimum.

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The divergent and convergent nodes are joined by adding nodes for any letters from the middle part of the word which are not yet in the dawg.

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Dawg notices he's wearing antlers and removes them, telling the weasel he's been tricked and that he'll get him some real food.


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DAWG is "Close Friend"

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The definition of DAWG is "Close Friend"

The Meaning of DAWG

DAWG means "Close Friend"
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What does DAWG mean? DAWG is an acronym, abbreviation or slang word that is explained above where the DAWG definition is given.
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Definition of dawg

Other terms relating to 'dog':

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Slang meaning dawg


See also:DAWG




dawg (pluraldawgs)

  1. Pronunciation spelling of dog.

    That dawg won't hunt.

  2. (slang)Dude, bud, pal, used to address a close male friend.

    Sup, dawg.

    • 2014, “0 to 100 / The Catch Up”, performed by Drake:

      All up in my phone, lookin' at pictures from the other night / She gon' be upset if she keep scrollin' to the left, dawg

Usage notes[edit]

dawg, rather than dog, may be used for one of two reasons:

1. To emphasise dialect. In some North American English dialects, the /ɔ/ sound is strengthened to /ɔə/, which is quite noticeable to North American English speakers who do not speak such a dialect.

2. To distinguish (and emphasise a distinction) between "dog", the animal, and "dawg", the slang word that is a friendly term of address. dog can be used disparagingly in English, and it carries disparaging connotations in many other languages. As such, there is often a desire to distinguish the term of address from the common noun.


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