1. n. a foot. (Usually plural.)□ My dogs are killing me.□ I gotta get home and soak my dogs.2. n. an ugly girl. (Rude and derogatory.)□ I’m no dog, but I could wish for some changes.□ So she’s not a movie star; she’s not a dog either!3. n. something undesirable or worthless; merchandise that no one wants to buy.□ Put the dogs out on the sale table so people will see them.□ They even bought all the dogs this year. Sales were great.4. n. dog dung. (See also dog-doo.)□ There’s some dog on the lawn. D Don’t step in the dog.5. tv. to follow someone.□ The cop dogged Lefty for a week.□ Stop dogging me, you twit!6. tv. to stay with one and haunt one.□ Will this memory dog me all the days of my life?□ The thought of all that cake and ice cream dogged me all during my diet.7. tv. to eat something; to eat something as a dog eats.□ He dogged his hamburger and ran out the door to catch the bus.□ Here, dog a couple of crackers and cheese. That should keep you from starving.8. tv. to criticize someone or something.□ Stop dogging me about every little thing!□ My mom always dogs me because I don’t clean my room.
Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions. 2015.