Swag Meaning in English, Hindi swag (slang)

Swag is an old fashioned and informal word meaning the goods that someone has stolen.
It is also a type of curtain.

Meanings of swag in Hindi स्वैग

As a slang, it is often termed as cool or fashionable.

Definitions and Meaning of swag in English

Swag generally means to have or do something that is “cool” features. This is term is often used to describe a person i.e.: Your example. S.W.A.G stands for stuff we all get,


Origin: Middle English (in the sense ‘bulging bag’): probably of Scandinavian origin. The original sense of the verb (early 16th century) was ‘cause to sway or sag’.

The word swagger originally meant a pompous, arrogant attitude and hence had a negative connotation.

But the current clipped form ‘swag’ means an air of trendiness, the kind of attitude which depicts individuality and hence is cool, and in vogue

Meaning and definitions of swag, translation in Hindi language



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