ETYM Old Eng. bagge; cf. Icel. baggi, and also Old Fren. bague, bundle, Late Lat. baga.
1. A flexible (usually cloth, paper, or plastic) container with a single opening.
2. The quantity that a bag will hold; SYN. bagful.
3. A sack used for carrying money and small personal items or accessories (especially by women); SYN. handbag, pocketbook, purse.
4. A portable rectangular traveling bag for carrying clothes; SYN. traveling bag, grip, suitcase.
5. The quantity of game taken in a particular period (usually by one person).
6. An ugly or ill-tempered woman; SYN. old bag.
Something that holds or includes odds and ends or a wide variety of things . catch-all
ETYM Old Eng. poket, Prov. French and Old Fren. poquette, French pochette, dim. from poque, pouque, French poche; probably of Teutonic origin. Related to Poke a pocket, and cf. Poach to cook eggs, to plunder, and Pouch.
1. A small pouch in a garment for carrying small articles.
2. A supply of money.