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bluey

(ˈbluːɪ)
n
1. a blanket
2. a swagman's bundle
3. hump bluey hump one's bluey to carry one's bundle; tramp
4. slang a variant of blue13
5. (Breeds) a cattle dog
6. a red-headed person
[(for senses 1, 2, 4) C19: from blue (on account of their colour) + -y2]

Bluey

(ˈbluːɪ)
n
a variant of Blue

swag1

(swæg)

n., v. swagged, swag•ging. n.
1. a suspended garland, drapery, etc., fastened at each end and hanging down in the middle; festoon.
2. a wreath or cluster of foliage, flowers, or fruit.
3. a swale.
4. a swaying or lurching movement.
v.i.
5. to sway or lurch.
6. to hang loosely and heavily; sag.
v.t.
7. to cause to sway or sag.
8. to adorn with swags.
[1520–30; perhaps < Scandinavian; compare Norwegian svaga, svagga to sway, rock]

swag2

(swæg)

n., v. swagged, swag•ging. n.
1. Slang.
a. plunder; booty.
b. money; valuables.
2. Australian. a traveler's bundle containing food and belongings.
v.i.
3. Australian. to travel about carrying one's bundle of belongings.
[1805–15; perhaps identical with swag1]
Translations

bluey

[ˈbluːɪ] ADJazulado
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We slipped across the noiseless water in the bluey light which I told you of; then we were in the dark again and we touched shore.
Grief-ridden Pauline Eaves rushed terrier cross Bluey to vets but the animal had to be put down the next day.
HAPPY-GO-PLUCKY Veteran Jimmy Sinclair gives Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon a cuddle and the pair with a famous bluey, below
a) Bluey b) Stamford c) Bridgey Email your answer along with your name, your child's name and date of birth, plus your phone number to: ChelseaMascot @people.co.uk by midnight tomorrow.
Bluey, as the Rhinos boss is known, wishes he had made the same effort and made it a family affair back in 1991 when Saints met Wigan at Wembley.
Cadets Michael Hadley and Sgt Chris Lovell met up with Bluey Mottershead DFC, a veteran of Bomber Command's 158 Squadron, who described some of his missions over Germany and France during Word War II.
British service personnel deployed overseas still have access to the traditional "bluey", a free air mail letter so-called for its colour.
Barney loves to call owner Margaret Sullivan's three dogs, Harry, Tilly and Bluey, by their names.
The instigator of the raunchy stuff is charmless Bluey (Tom Burke), who has an apocryphal story about a sex act called a donkey punch, which involves hitting your partner in the back of their neck at a crucial moment.
Among the collection, acquired with the assistance of the State Library Foundation from Gurney's daughter Margaret, are bound volumes of complete sets of his Bluey and Curley Annuals published during the Second World War, sketchbooks packed with ideas for his daily strip feature, scrapbooks of press cuttings with letters of praise from both editorial, management and his wide, admiring public, and more than one hundred items of Gurney's sketches, original art for Christmas card gifts, together with original peace-time Bluey and Curley comic strips.
The risk-taking advance party includes All, plus Patrick Ruffini, President Bush's 2004 campaign Web director; Robert Bluey, the Heritage Foundation's Web guru; and Erick Erickson, editor of the conservative community blog RedState.com.
his human otter foot writhing on the bluey rock of me and