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Definition of skeg

skeg

  • an insult
    She's such a skeg.
    Can I have a skeg shirt.

    Last edited on May 18 2004. Submitted by james from Queensland, Australia on May 18 2004.

  • it means someone who dresses to be cool but is really a nerd

    Last edited on May 18 2004. Submitted by james from Queensland, Australia on May 18 2004.

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