swang

Definition of swang

 (Entry 1 of 2)

chiefly dialectal past tense of swing

swang

noun
\ ˈswaŋ\
plural -s

Definition of swang (Entry 2 of 2)

dialectal, England
: low wet grassy land : swamp

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History and Etymology for swang

Middle English, from Old English

Noun

probably blend of swamp entry 2 and English dialect wang field (from Middle English wang, wong)

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