Gwan is a Pattwa' word, It is mainly a Jamaican term. It can mean two things to *go away or *what is going on
Go away - "Tell da boys dem fi gwan."
what is going on? - "Whatta gwan?"
додав sacha 11 Травень 2004
slang from Cork city in Ireland - short for "go on". The term made it's made to the Carribean while Irish slaves were shipped there in the 16th and 17th centuries. Slang Irish terms like this then made their way into the Carribean "patois", particularly Jamaica, where "gwan" is pronounced and used in exactly the same way as in Cork city in Ireland.
"Ah gwan ya langball ya"

"Please do go on about that wonderful event that you are informing me about."
додав starchaser 6 Лютий 2004
idiom: going on
wa gwan star?
додав Anonymous 22 Серпень 2003
Guyanese word for "going on"
Aye wa' gwan
Hey what's going on
додав Reeyah 23 Квітень 2006
Irish slang for 'go on!'.

Used as an expression of enthusiasm.
Mrs Doyle ''Ahh, g'wan! G'wan, g'wan, g'wan g'wan!!''
додав MonkeySwans 1 Лютий 2012
Jamaican for "go on"
Jamaican: "Whatta gwan?"
додав cErTiFiEd 3 Лютий 2005
A term used to describe the feeling you get after smoking marijuana and can also be used to refer to the ganja itself.
"My friends and i just smoked a fat blunt and we're pretty Gwan."

"Hey man you got any Gwan?"

"GWAN GWAN!"
додав SmellyFishMan 5 Липень 2009

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