toe tag(redirected from toe-tagging)
1. noun A piece of paper or cardboard attached to the toe of a deceased person's body in order to identify them while in a morgue. The disgruntled employee spent his last day swapping all the toe tags around in order to cause chaos in the morgue.
2. verb To attach such a piece of identification to a body's toe. Sometimes hyphenated. We're just waiting for the mortician to come around and toe tag the body. I can't believe you toe-tagged the poor guy with the wrong information!
tv. to kill someone. (Bodies in the morgue are identified by tags on their big toes.) Man, you treat me that way one more time and I’m gonna toe tag you!