Origin of baggiefrom Baggies, a trademark for such bags
a thin, strong plastic bag, used for storing food, etc.
- In capitalized plural form, used as a trademark for certain plastic bags.
bag + -ie (“(diminutive)”); additional -g- so pronunciation of ‘a’ does not change.
- Many people have the most success by covering their planted herb seeds with plastic wrap or a plastic baggie to create a greenhouse of sorts.
- Be sure you find all of the extra parts that go with each particular toy and tape them together or place them in a box or ziplock baggie.
- Then after you bring them home, float the baggie with the fish in the tank's water so they can get used to the temperature gradually.
- Add two cookies to a plastic baggie with a holiday decoration, tie on a copy of the recipe and a holiday-themed cutter.
- Look for baggie pants and long, breezy skirts, or check out those peasant blouses with the wide sleeves.