from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A child.
- n. A new recruit.
- n. Semen.
- v. To produce children.
- v. To ejaculate, to come.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a new military recruit
- n. a child
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Went later on with couple of others to nice place that serves good ribs (interesting times trying to explain "sprog" to a Russian and a Dutchman), and now back.
That's why a common 18th birthday present for the sprog is the parents paying for the driving school.
Whether you are a novice 'sprog' comic book pilot or a seasoned veteran, the fantastic aero art created by the Commando artists and the compelling stories will leave you gasping for the next 'Scramble'!
Sons don’t resemble their fathers in every detail, I’ve noticed it time and time again, and there’s many a woman brought to bed of a son who is profoundly thankful for that fact, and expends a great deal of her postpartum energy assuring the sprog’s tata that the sprog is a dead ringer for her great-uncle Lucius Tiddlypuss.
If Alfie instills the same value to his love sprog he could be grandfather by the time he is 26!!
You have to conclude it's a kind of parental voodoo invocation, performed in the hope serious beauty will pass on to the newborn sprog.
Editor of 'Stars!! "magazine, Sleb Starfucker, said," the bidding war is intense - huge sums are being thrown around to avoid having to shoot Wayne and his sprog.
Similar to me except I got £3.27 so that makes your number higher than mine …. sprog on April 9, 2010 at 9: 43 pm Columbo
Well … I remember as a sprog err … student officer 20-ish years ago, being on the New Years Eve van in metro city … I had more kisses from lovely young girls (of course I was closer to their age then) on that night than I did in the following year.
Du kan vælge et andet sprog blandt dem, der er tilgængelige i sproglinjen.