What Does AGGY Mean?

AGGY means "Annoyed," "Agitated," or "Angry."

Even though AGGY is a contraction of "Agitated" (as in nervous, restless, or disturbed), it is more commonly used to mean "Annoyed" or "Angry." The term AGGY usually carries a connotation of aggressive anger.

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Summary of Key Points

"Annoyed," "Agitated," or "Angry" is the most common definition for AGGY on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
Definition:Annoyed, Agitated or Angry
Type:Acronym and Abbreviation
2: Quite easy to guess
Typical Users:
Adults and Teenagers

Image for AGGY

When I write AGGY, I mean this:

meaning of AGGY
The image shows a girl feeling "Annoyed," "Agitated," or "Angry."


Examples of AGGY in Sentences

Here are examples of AGGY being used in conversations:
  • John: I am so AGGY today.
  • Tony: Say "bubbles." There is no angry way to say "bubbles."
  • John: I would rather say f*ck off Tony.
  • Sue: You are so AGGY all the time. You should speak to someone.
  • Claire: I don't need anger management. You need to stop annoying me!

An Academic Look at AGGY

The term AGGY is best described as a contraction of the word "Agitated." It is usually used as an adjective.

What Did We Say before Texting and Social Media?

Before the digital era, we might have said something like "I'm livid" instead of using AGGY.

Example of AGGY Used in a Text


See Also

:@ (angry) :( (angry) D:< (angry) DROVE (angry) -.- (annoyed) GUH (annoyed)