kogal etymology

English word kogal comes from English girl

Detailed word origin of kogal

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
girl English (eng) (transitive) To feminize or girlify. (UK, dialect, obsolete) A roebuck two years old.. (US, slang) Cocaine, especially in powder form.. (colloquial) A term of endearment. (see usage notes). (uncommon, card games) A queen (the playing card.). A female child, adolescent, or young woman; by extension, a young female animal. A female servant; a maid. (see usage notes). Any woman, regardless of [...]
gal English (eng) (colloquial) A young woman. A galileo (a unit of acceleration).
ギャル Japanese (jpn) A gyaru (girl or young woman, especially one participating in various subcultures in Japan).
コギャル English (eng)
コギャル Japanese (jpn) A teenage girl participating in a particular subculture in Japan, with a tendency towards being obsessively trend-conscious, kogal (kogyaru).
kogal English (eng) (countable) A member of this subculture.. (uncountable) A subculture of conspicuous consumption among young women in urban Japan, typified by dyed hair, artificial suntan, platform boots, miniskirts, and expensive accessories.

Words with the same origin as kogal

Descendants of girl
Girl Guides Girl Scouts It boy attagal cowgal gal galfriend galpal grrrl milligal transgal コギャル