from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Violent or crazy.
- n. A fit of rage.
- v. To throw a fit of rage.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as rodge.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I hope it's to do with black-and-white television, because if it's not, and it's simply to hawk hit, I've got the radge on.
A misfield from Morgan gives Ajmal a single, and Shafiq compounds Broad's radge by swivel-pulling the next ball superbly for four.
Saha stands with the radge on; with the box loaded, that was a terrible delivery.
Manchester United fans with the radge on, holding a banner with a slogan directed at Sir Alex Fergus ... hold on ... the club's corporate sponsors
Shot Hamish has the radge on because Daddie has sold one of his sheep, and powers straight down the pitch before welting one into the net.
And indeed, you'd need a broad imagination to see Jack Wilshere instigating a toe-to-toe radge with, say, Park Ji-Sung.
"Oh aye? which team then" was he gonna get chibbed if he said "Heriots" only to find that the radge was actually a Stewarts Melville FP fan?
In the scheme of public finance, it is actually a great deal, especially as Glasgow is still rather radge over the demise of GARL.
This is United, behind at Old Trafford, son we never get less than five, you radge.
I dozed off and dreamt that I actually turned to him and screamed, 'Blow yer f****** nose, ya radge, yis nipping me heid, so ye are!'