Old gypsy term for a newborn baby, or young child. Still sees some use in London slang.

Thought to be part of the origin of the word chav.
Is the Chavvie due yet, Bill?
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Greenock (west Scotland) equivalant of "radge".
a wee baw bag cunt with his trackies tucked into luminous footie socks.
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An adjective used to brand something, such as an item, object, activity, TV show, even a moral choice etc, that would stereotypically appeal to a chav
e.g: Burberry, Bling, casual sex and associated low morals, Little Britain the list goes on.

The word is pretty much always used in a negative sense by non-chavs, as to them the thing in question is undesirable.
Guy 1: These trainers are cool.
Guy 2: Nike? It's a bit chavvy isn't it?
Guy 1: Oh yeah, suppose so *puts down trainer in disgust*
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an adjective version of chav.

someone or something that is chav-like
That girl was so chavvy.
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Refers to a mate of the 'pikey' or 'Traveller' family ,i.e 'Oight chavvy!, pass da reefer bouy!'
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A short form of this word is chav. Common in southern England.
You chav!
by Ian Chode September 02, 2003
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