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Pronounced like "gan-zee"

Literally, this is the Irish word for jumper (which is the UK/Irish term for a sweater).

Used as an insult to imply that somebody has the intelligence of the aforementioned garment i.e. none at all
Louise: "Let's go shopping!"
Steven: "It's midnight, you're drunk, and we're in the pub. The shops are closed! You big geansaí!"
by Dan Jacobs December 06, 2007

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A state of confusion
There was quite a smarfu at the nuclear warhead store this morning as all the evil Nazis bought lots of nukes!
by Dan Jacobs May 22, 2005

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Swé does not have a rigid definition. It is used by Dublin and Bray skangers as a "filler" word, in a similar way to how people use the word "well". Swé is used by non-skangers as a reference to skangers. It is also used as an adjective to describe skanger-like behaviour.

Swé is pronouned a little like "shway" or "shwaaah".
Skangers having a conversation:
"Aah swé lads, lets go cruising for birds."
"Swé!"

D4s conversing:
"Your man is like such a scobe. He's so swé."

More D4s:
"He's littering. Like, how swé"
by Dan Jacobs September 01, 2007

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