S- Something
W - We
A - All
G- Get tired of hearing
Teacher: What is the square root of 69?
Dude: SWAG!
Teacher: SHUT THE F*** UP!
by TooMuchSwagKillenAllDemHaterz November 04, 2011
swag
swag/
noun
noun: swag; plural noun: swags

1.

an ornamental festoon of flowers, fruit, and greenery.

"ribbon-tied swags of flowers"

a carved or painted representation of an ornamental festoon of flowers or fruit.

"fine plaster swags"

a curtain or piece of fabric fastened so as to hang in a drooping curve.

2.

informal

money or goods taken by a thief or burglar.

"their homes offer tempting swag for burglars"

products given away free, typically for promotional purposes.

"local studios provide swag, spirits, and food"

marijuana, typically of a low grade.

"prices range from $40 a 10-seed packet for some Jamaican swag to $345 per pack for something tastier"

3.

Austral./NZ

a traveler's or miner's bundle of personal belongings.

informal

a large number, amount, or variety.

"the seller left a swag of unpaid bills"

verb
verb: swag; 3rd person present: swags; past tense: swagged; past participle: swagged; gerund or present participle: swagging

1.

arrange in or decorate with a swag or swags of fabric.

"swag the fabric gracefully over the curtain tie-backs"

2.

Austral./NZ

travel with one's personal belongings in a bundle.

"swagging it in Queensland"
swag
swag/
noun
noun: swag; plural noun: swags

1.

an ornamental festoon of flowers, fruit, and greenery.

"ribbon-tied swags of flowers"

a carved or painted representation of an ornamental festoon of flowers or fruit.

"fine plaster swags"

a curtain or piece of fabric fastened so as to hang in a drooping curve.

2.

informal

money or goods taken by a thief or burglar.

"their homes offer tempting swag for burglars"

products given away free, typically for promotional purposes.

"local studios provide swag, spirits, and food"

marijuana, typically of a low grade.

"prices range from $40 a 10-seed packet for some Jamaican swag to $345 per pack for something tastier"

3.

Austral./NZ

a traveler's or miner's bundle of personal belongings.

informal

a large number, amount, or variety.

"the seller left a swag of unpaid bills"

verb
verb: swag; 3rd person present: swags; past tense: swagged; past participle: swagged; gerund or present participle: swagging

1.

arrange in or decorate with a swag or swags of fabric.

"swag the fabric gracefully over the curtain tie-backs"

2.

Austral./NZ

travel with one's personal belongings in a bundle.

"swagging it in Queensland"
by BobsBurgers1 December 09, 2013
Secretly
We
Are
Gay

A Doucebag who wears his hat sideways, has torn up jeans, and you can see his ass because of how low those jeans are. and they blast lil Wayne in their cars. basically, that letter chart says it all.
"hey bro check out my swag bro....swag...swag..."

"thanks! I know your Gay now! you DO learn something Everyday!"
by Sonictom2 September 16, 2013
Scientific
Wild
Ass
Guess
Teacher: where did you get that answer from?
me: it was a SWAG
by dboyfromdahood May 13, 2013
It does NOT mean 'Secretly we are gay'. Morons.

Origins:While many common terms have entered the English language as acronyms. only rarely did that phenomenon occur prior to the mid-twentieth century. Yet that fact stops few from reaching for acronymic explanations for a variety of far older words, especially in instances where the true etymologies aren't crystal clear.

Swag is one such misunderstood word. Some of the acronymic explanations for it that we've encountered are:

- Secretly We Are Gay
- Stuff We All Get
- Stuff We Ain't Got
- Scientific Wild Arsed Guess
- Sold Without A Guarantee

Not surprisingly, none of those explanations is correct. The word 'swag' is not an acronym, nor has it anything to do with homosexual men surreptitiously attracting like-minded souls to partake of a group activity. It is instead a corruption of the Scandinavian "svagga", meaning "to rock unsteadily or lurch" and entered the English language in the 13th or 14th century, with its earliest print sighting dating to 1303. Over time its meaning evolved into that of "hanging loosely or heavily, to sag," and by 1794 picked up the additional meanings of "booty or plunder" and "a hanging wreath or garland."

In current common usage, swag has a number of meanings:

- Illegally obtained goods.

- Free stuff
- A decorative garland hung in such a way that loops of it hang freely.
Man: Look at that dude's clothes, he has Swag.

or

Man: Let's see what swag you have from robbing that house.
by BelialTempter February 04, 2013
Overhere it means

Someone Who Acts Gay
that guy is swagging, (he dances like a female)
by loadrunner June 23, 2012
Situation Wild Aim Guns
Listen Up! The C.O. radio'ed, we have 65 insurgents moving into attack and spotting positions, SWAG, SWAG!

Light 'Em Up!

Crackle of gun fire heard.
by Mr.Blackwater1979 April 29, 2012
Possibly the best nickname in the world. Once you hear it, you want to know the girl better she is obviously super cool and a total babe. The girl can hang with the best. Gotta love herr.
SWAGSS! I love you girll.
by Swagsz9 July 21, 2010

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