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Definition funny of Kwe:
Hello in Mi'kmaq (Native American language)
Kwe Pronounced with a G sound Gwey, "Kwe"
Pronounced "kwah", kwe is a word used to define a close-friend you deeply respect. Derived from Talib Kweli, famous backpack rapper, only true vatos use it.
Me: "Hey Vince, whassup kwe?" Vince: "Hey mang!"
Hello in Mi'kmaq, Native American language.
Short for "k what ever". Where k is short for ok.
Songs about Kwe:
Pools (Kwes. Rework) by Glass Animals from the Album Pools
Stop For A Minute (Kwes./[o=o]. Rework) (Amazon Exclusive) by Keane from the Album Night Train (Amazon Exclusive Version) [+Digital Booklet]
Film Burn (Kwes Remix) [Feat. Anomie Belle] by Yppah from the Album Film Burn - Single
Kwé Lé Kwé Kwé by Zin Alan Cavé from the Album Lagé'm
St Agnes and the Burning Train (St Agnes Nokusha Kwe-Stimela) by Soweto String Quartet from the Album Zebra Crossing
I'm An Outlaw Feat. B. East, DJ Lethal Skillz, Kwe, and Hussien Fatal [Explicit] by DJ Outlaw from the Album History In the Making [Explicit]
Kwe Le Kwe Kwe by Alan Cave from the Album Lagem
Books about Kwe:
Moose to Moccasins: The Story of Ka Kita Wa Pa No Kwe by Madeline Katt Theriault (Jan 7, 2013)
Won Ar Komman Kwe Im Na? A Children's Song From the Marshall Islands by Biram and Tina Stege, Lauren Pallotta and Paul Sauer (2013)
LoganEnergy Starts 600n kWe Installation.(LOGANE... Corp.): An article from: Fuel Cell Technology News (Aug 1, 2005)
Centre combines the traditional and the conventional (Shkagamik-Kwe Health Centre in Sudbury).: An article from... by David Stapleton (Jul 28, 2005)
Moose to Moccasins: The Story of Ka Kita Wa Pa No Kwe
Bong'kwé by Hubbard Wynant D. (1932)
Bong' Kwe by Wynant Davis Hubbard (1930)
Wiki information Kwe:
Kwekwe, is a city in central Zimbabwe.
The Bakweri are an ethnic group of the Republic of Cameroon. They are closely related to Cameroon's coastal peoples, particularly the Duala and Isubu.