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swangaz

swangaz
 n.pl.— «The rapper, whose real last name is Slayton, relies on a dizzying array of local vernacular to describe everything from attractive females (honey dips) to rims (swangaz) and tires (vogues).» —“Texan Paul Wall shines in sea of rappers” by Kristie Rieken in Houston Star-Telegram (Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas) July 2, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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