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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
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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]
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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.
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In another boost for the services, one of the oldestsurviving Desert Rats visited Holyrood yesterday to receive a shipment of "blueys" for Scots serving in Afghanistan.
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Otherwise known as the Blueys or the China Boats, the lives of the men and their ships are recaptured in "Blue Funnel - Voyages and Voices - TAKE 2" made by Flintshire-based maritime historian David Roberts.
Priority would be given to the delivery of letters - 'Blueys' and 'e- Blueys' - which were the main means of communication for families.
She teaches her "blueys" with relish that protest accomplishes nothing, because if blacks protest, "we kill them." It is not smart to speak up or act clever, which is why blacks appear passive and stupid.
POLICE today warned drug users of the dangers posed by counterfeit Valium tablets called "Blueys" circulating on Tyneside.
LAST week's Journal reported that three teenagers had taken "Blueys", also known as Diazepam, aka the prescription drug Valium.
"Delivery of letters, 'Blueys' and 'e-Blueys, which are the primary method of communication, will have priority."