a modern style of vocalized Jamaican popular music, which emerged in the 1950s as a blend of African-Jamaican folk music, calypso, and American rhythm and blues, notable for its shuffling, scratchlike tempo and jazzlike horn riffs on the offbeat.
a type of West Indian pop music of the 1960s, accented on the second and fourth beats of a four-beat bar
noun, Slang. 1. scag. noun, Slang. 1. heroin. noun 1. a variant spelling of scag1 noun 1. a slang name for heroin noun 1. a tear in a garment or piece of cloth verb scags, scagging, scagged 2. (transitive) to make a tear in (cloth) scag (skāg) n. Heroin. sizzling scag
noun 1. Skaw, The. noun 1. Cape Skagen, another name for the Skaw
noun 1. an arm of the North Sea, between Denmark and Norway. 150 miles (240 km) long; 80–90 miles (130–145 km) wide. noun 1. an arm of the North Sea between Denmark and Norway, merging with the Kattegat in the southeast
noun 1. a town in SE Alaska, near the famous White and Chilkoot passes to the Klondike gold fields: railway terminus.