Green’s Dictionary of Slang

wog adj.

[wog n.1 (1)]

1. pertaining to an Indian, Arab, etc; thus extended (e.g. cit. 1976) to anyone with a dark complexion; of food, anything foreign.

[UK] ‘Thanks For The Memory’ in M. Page Kiss Me Goodnight, Sgt.-Major (1973) 72: We’ve drunk wog beer.
[Aus]I.L. Idriess Horrie The Wog-Dog 8: ‘That’s it!’ declared Fitz. ‘Arab-dog — Wog-dog!’ We all laughed. ‘Wog-dog’ really did seem to suit the funny little fellow. ‘Wog’ was the Aussie soldiers’ nickname for the Arabs.
[Aus]Sydney Morn. Herald 5 Jan. 7/5: [In Fiji] it is the Indians who own and operate the cheap and frequent bus services [...] Indian buses are known locally as wog-waggons.
[Aus](con. 1941) E. Lambert Twenty Thousand Thieves 52: I wonder if there are any Wog sheilas back in Tobruk.
[UK]W. Hall Long and the Short and the Tall Act I: There’s more wog rowing boats up the coast than enough.
[UK]J. Orton Diaries (1986) 2 Mar. 191: Wog bourgeoisie is even worse than the home product.
[UK]J. McClure Snake 172: The old wog girls who used to stand over behind the fence.
[Aus](con. 1941) R. Beilby Gunner 3: He could smell Wog cooking, much-used fried-out olive oil.
[UK]A. Burgess 1985 (1980) 194: It’s wog money, it’s dirty Arab oil.
[NZ]H. Beaton Outside In Act II: ginny: Had somethin’ called Moussaka – sandy: Shit! Wog food!
[Aus]R.G. Barrett Godson 110: [of a Norwegian] ‘I seduced you? protested Ingersoll. ‘Of course you did, you wog bastard’.
[Aus]S. Maloney Big Ask 221: ‘Mr. Shifty,’ she said, in her lilting wog-girl voice. ‘We were wondering when you’d be in touch.’.
[UK]H. Mantel Beyond Black 331: It’s all wog food, pansy food, you can’t get a nice pickled egg like you used to get.
[Aus] F. McCarthy ‘Some Protection’ in Crime Factory: Hard Labour [ebook] Whoever thought they had the power to bring down his arrogant wog arse.

2. (Aus.) pertaining to a Mediterranean immigrant or one of Mediteranean origin.

[Aus]P. Temple Broken Shore (2007) [ebook] [of an Italian] He’s given me the benefit of his wog opinions.

In compounds

wog ball (n.) [wog n.1 (8); the primary fans/players of soccer being Mediterreanean immigrants]

(Aus.) soccer.

[Aus](con. 1986) Age (Melbourne) 12 Nov. 39/2: ‘Wog ball,’ said one of them philosophically, ‘always knew it was a load of crap’.
wog box (n.)

a large, portable stereo tape-recorder-cum-radio, particularly beloved of ghetto youths.

[UK]J. Morton Lowspeak.
David from Kingsbury Urban Dict. 🌐 wog box A large stereo carried held to the ear by some tinted folk. Also 3rd world briefcase. I saw one of those new wog boxes in Dixons that puts out about 100 watts.
wog shop (n.)

(Aus. teen) a coffee bar (usually run by a Greek, Italian or middle European immigrant).

[Aus](con. 1960s-70s) T. Taylor Top Fellas 60/1: Coffee bars [...] known in sharp parlance as wog shops, spag bars or chat n’ spews.
wog gut (n.)

diarrhoea or any stomach upset that assails a tourist in any exotic part of the world.

[Aus]L. Glassop We Were the Rats 116: Harry, who had what we called ‘Wog gut’ or ‘Palestine ache’, was walking patiently up to the latrine for the fifth time that day.