from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A diminutive of the male given name Reginald.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of regent; register; registrar; regular; regularly.
- n. An abbreviation of regiment
- n. of registry.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Caption competition entry from ShakerFox:Tony "Did you hear Boston want to bring in someone called Reg Elation to baseball."
If the late Reg is deemed somehow subtly sinister then it suggests things HAVE gone seriously wrong.
Now the The Reg is giving the work some mainstream coverage in Heavyweight physics prof weighs into climate/energy scrap:
Inspired by Reg's gift of some homemade salsa sauce, I got to thinking that his food offerings are designed to make me forget about the public culinary smackdowns that Reg is now too cowardly to participate in after a continual onslaught of my delicious food.
As Reg is not a particularly good cook, I knew that his appearance in the kitchen was suspect and immediately stopped eating.
I think Reg is onto something with is axiom … it positively invites some elaboration.
She touched on an area that if we as mere mortals had discussed would have almost certainly resulted in Reg 9s being issued.
A vote for Reg is a vote for Mitchieville, a vote for Mitchieville is a vote for stable corrupt governance.
As for the Mitchieville Election, Reg is calling for a Mitch ‘Super Majority’ of 90% + of the popular vote.
Apparently Reg is off his meds, for in typical heteronormative fashion, he refused to pay for the delicate jars of goodness and told the activist to go away.