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Definition of swy

swy

  • gambling game also known as two-up. Two coins placed on a piece of wood called a kip and thrown into the air. Betting is on whether two heads or two tails come up. The ring is called a school. Traditionally played by soldiers and on ANZAC day.
    I blew my pay at swy.

    Last edited on May 17 2011. Submitted by Chippy from Australia Landing, MS, USA on Mar 04 1998.

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