Definitions for "bogey"
Keywords:  par, stroke, score, hole, golfer
a score one stroke over par for a hole; formerly, the definition of bogey was the same as that now used for par, i.e., an ideal score or number of strokes, for each hole, against which players compete; -- it was said to be so called because assumed to be the score of an imaginary first-rate player called Colonel Bogey. Now the standard score is called par.
This means to take one shot more than par for a hole. A double bogey is two shots more, a triple bogey is three shots more, and so on. For example a 6 on a par 5 is a bogey.
A hole played in one stroke more than par.
an unidentified aircraft; in combat situations, such craft not identified as friendly are assumed to be hostile.
An unidentified flying object.
an unidentified air contact
Assembly of two or more axles, usually a pair in tandem
A two-axle assembly at the rear of some trailers or tractors. Also called a tandem axle.
an evil spirit
Also referred to as the bogeyman in British folklore, these are classed as horrible or evil spirits that love to be mischievous. Sometimes synonymous with the devil, in the past the threat of calling upon the bogeyman was used by parents to frighten children into good behavior.
A grim spectral figure who delights in menacing mortals with rather gruesome pranks and abductions. Although the lore of this character has degenerated into a familiar device used to threaten rambunctious shildren, the 'Bogey' was formerly soundly dreaded in Celtic regions, and was said to prowl the stretches of fields, marshes, and moors, looking for hikers and travelers who had strayed from their paths.
Keywords:  bugbear, goblin
A goblin; a bugbear.
Keywords:  booger, o'clock, mucus, sticky, enemy
Mucus material from the nose; a booger.
no not one of those green sticky things from up ya nose! Usually refers to an enemy unit for example "Bogey at nine o'clock" meaning enemy unit immediately to your left.
Keywords:  unknown, radar, plane, visual, identity
Slang for "A plane of unknown nationality".
A radar/visual contact whose identity is unknown.
Keywords:  breakpoint, bond, fund, date, sale
bond fund Breakpoint Sale
bond fund date of payment
The benchmark return that a portfolio or fund manager is compared against, such as the SP 500.
The return an investment manager is compared to for performance evaluation.
Performance indices by which an account performance is measured.