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Where Did the Term Swag Come from?

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The term swag came from the term swagger. This was coined by pirates and privateers to refer to the treasure that they liberated, and was later shortened to swag.
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SWAG- Stuff we all get.
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The most common meaning for the term "redneck" seems to refer to a farmer, or someone who works outdoors in the sun, causing the exposed skin of the neck to become sunburned
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Just in terms of the etymology. The term 'swag' meaning 'bulky bag' appears in English almost 900 years ago, probably from the Norse 'sveggja' The use of 'swag' meaning 'to move heavily
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