Definition of grogan in English:

grogan

noun

Australian, NZ
informal
  • A lump of excrement.

    ‘kittens stop being cute when the first grogan hits the carpet’
    • ‘It seems my ass-hair had grown to such a length that tiny grogans were constantly getting tied up in the matted jungle between my cheeks.’
    • ‘They have characters eating and drinking, but who never duck off for a grogan.’
    • ‘And then there are the stupid and lazy—the dregs, the grogans—with a talent for shoplifting, stealing cars, and telling lies.’
    • ‘Well, I have beaten the odd grogan to death with the dunny brush.’
    • ‘Somebody had smeared a huge grogan all over the stall.’
    • ‘If all our waste was just flushed out on to the tracks, why don't we see big grogans and scrunched-up toilet paper all over the train tracks?’
    • ‘He opened his lunch box to find a man-sized grogan next to his sandwiches where his banana had previously been.’
    • ‘I thought a grogan was a partially ejected piece of faeces.’
    • ‘His critics said that wherever he went he left little grogans in his wake.’
    • ‘My dogs take a grogan and that's it, they walk away.’

Origin

1980s: of unknown origin.

Pronunciation

grogan

/ˈɡrəʊɡən/