noggin noggin


  • (n) informal terms for a human head



  1. His fingers are cut, his noggin dented.
  2. Now she's ready to work--whack, a shot to the noggin.
  3. Cartoon figures can do more things, endure more knocks on the noggin, get away with more cool, naughty stuff than the rest of us who are animated only by a telltale heart.


  • Hold tight, Chelmsford grads

    I graduated high school about this time, 33 years ago. What I remember most about the event is my cap fell off several times, not only because I have a rather large noggin, but also because big hair was really big in 1980. Yes, I had quite the ‘fro back in the day.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Chelmsford Independent


  1. "Congratulations to the people who stopped me on the street to ask me when Little Bill was going back on the air," said Cosby, who also created 'Fat Albert & the Cosby Kids' -- which ran for 12 years. "Thank you to NOGGIN for doing just...
    on Sep 6, 2007 By: Bill Cosby Source: The BV Entertainment Newswire Blog (blog)

  2. "Working with everyone at Nickelodeon over the past several years has been hugely satisfying and I look forward to forging the same kind of terrific creative alliances with the folks at Noggin," said Hartman.
    on Feb 24, 2005 By: Butch Hartman Source: C21Media

  3. "I wouldn't have any trouble with somebody [hitting] him right in the noggin," Milbury told "I would have no trouble with that."
    on Mar 20, 2009 By: Mike Milbury Source:

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