Aggie

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Aggie may refer to:

People[edit]

  • J. C. Agajanian (1913–1984), American motor sports personality
  • Aggie Beynon, Canadian metalsmith
  • Aggie Grey (1897–1988), Samoan hotelier born Agnes Genevieve Swann
  • Agnes Aggie Herring (1876–1939), American actress
  • Adolph Aggie Kukulowicz (1933–2008), Canadian ice hockey player
  • Agnes Aggie MacKenzie (born 1955), Scottish presenter of How Clean is Your House?, a British television show
  • Forest Sale (1911–1985), American college basketball player and politician
  • Agness Underwood (1902–1984), American journalist and newspaper editor
  • Agnes Weston (1840–1918), English philanthropist
  • Aggie Zed (born 1952), American painter and sculptor
  • Mary Aggie, an early 18th century slave in colonial Virginia whose trial resulted in a change to the law

Arts and entertainment[edit]

Fictional characters[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • Aggie (marble), a type of marble
  • Aggie, US name of 1950s British television sitcom The Adventures of Aggie
  • "Aggie", an episode of the US television series Baretta
  • Aggie, nickname for EAS Agamemnon, a fictional spaceship from Babylon 5, a 1990s US television series
  • Aggie, later title of the comic strip Aggie Mack
  • Aggie Awards, the awards presented each year by Adventure Gamers to the most relevant titles in the adventure genre

Places[edit]

Schools[edit]

Aggie may be a diminutive form of agricultural, which forms part of the name or historical name of many schools, or their sports teams or newspapers, particularly in the US.

United States[edit]

Elsewhere[edit]

Sports facilities[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • Aggie, nickname for HMS Agamemnon, a battleship in the Royal Navy launched in 1906
  • Cyclone Aggie, an Australian cyclone
  • Aggie (Mascot), official mascot of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, Greensboro, North Carolina

See also[edit]