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1. Way to emphasise (Dog): Insult for a particuarly ugly and skanky specimen of the female race.

2. A word my mates from Kenya, Uganda, and other surrounding African areas use to refer to their friends.
1. Daaamn, that ugly ho is a dawg!

2. I used to think my friends were slagging me off when they shouted "get your butt over here dawg"
de iHateCultClothingAndJamesBlunt 31 décembre 2005
 
1.
1. Slang for "my close acquaintance of an African-American ethnic background"

2. Word to be used in place of a name, or other personal noun or pronoun to be used in place of a name.

3. Another meaningless piece of that hideous massacre of the English language they call ebonics.
1. Wuddup dawg?
How are you doing my close acquaintance of an African-American ethnic background?

2. Wuddup dawg? Wuddup antwoineeshaye?

3. They're too painful to list.
de A person who can spell 2 mai 2003
 
2.
Close friend and/or Homie
Shawna and/or Beth is my dawg or Whats up dawg
de Anonymous 10 mars 2003
 
3.
Of African Origination. Black peoples Version of dude
--Wassup dawg?

--Nuthin Much, jus' chillin wit my niggaz
de Mavryk M 24 juillet 2004
 
4.
friend or close friend
Bryan is my dawg
de Brandon LiLavois 23 mai 2003
 
5.
1.close friend or homie, orginated within the African-American community. 2.term butchered by Randy a judge from American Idol. Now no longer popular
-Was good dawg?
-Yo dawg that was good! or Yo dawg that was bad
de K 22 janvier 2005
 
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My homie, gangsta, g, pimp, friend, frat brother, brother, brotha, bro, buddy, dude, man, or other to do with friend. Said in the hood or on da street.
Sup dawgs? Ya wanna run wit my crew?
de joe marus sucks 23 mai 2004
 
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Dawg is a term to identify someone you would usually hang out with. Same for homie, homeboy, and homes/holmes. The term Dawg was started in Mexican American communities, but most of the urban terms like dawg, homie, homeboy, etc. are usually givin credit for to the black/African-American community. The term dawg was originally and most commonly used in Spanish, wich is Perro. But the Mexican Americans later started using it in English, dawg/dog.
Person 1: Whats up dawg?
Person 2: just chillin, about to pop open a Corona.
de Eddie.P 24 mars 2007