Fogey/fogy /fougi/ sl. (early 18C+, orig. Scot) old-fashioned, stuck-in-the mud.
Person with old fashioned ideas which he is unwilling to change: Come to the disco and stop being such an old fogey!
You think me an old fogeyand an old tory, his thoughtful voice said. I saw three generations since O’Connel’s time. I remember the famine. Do you know that the orange lodges agitated for repeal of the union twenty years before O’Connel did or before the prelates of your communion denounced him as a demagogue? You fenians forget some things. (James Joyce, Ulysses. Penguin Books,1992. p. 38)
Por Petyush 17 de agosto de 2005
Also old fogey, one who is old before their time. Best viewed through their demeanour or their habits.
Graham: I was thinking of staying in on Friday nights to watch the Eamonn Dunphy show on TV3 and then maybe catch up on "Wife Swap"; the first few episodes were really good.
Spud: I don't believe I'm hear in this you old fogey!
Por Spud 02 de octubre de 2003
An elderly person, Usually of the creepy male stature.
(guy 1): Dude did you here what that fogey said to my girl?

(guy 2): hahaha ya. He was all like, "Damn look at them titties!"
Por Hatori Hanzo II 14 de febrero de 2009
An old man or woman who is older than 80 and has white or grey hair.
"Would you like a cookie" said granny
"No thanks you old fogey"Said Fred
Por Oriordan 15 de agosto de 2005
A derogatory word for a brown skinned person assumed to be of African decent.
Uh oh, lock your door... There's a fogey approaching the car.
Por Rhomose 25 de agosto de 2006
the coolest slacker that i know...
wow that kid is a fogey!! hes so funny!!
Por shualuva 19 de marzo de 2004

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