Definition funny of Swiney:

urbanWhen one coughs, sneezes, or breathes and everyone assumes they have swine flu.

urbanBob's a bit swiney this week, i reckon we should quarantine him with Glen 20.

urbana person appearing to be sick or ill, as if with the 'swine flu'

urban(kid #1): *coughs/sneezes* (kid #2): EWW!HE'S A SWINEY, GET AWAY!


Songs about Swiney:

songsAggie in the Blood (Go-Go Version) [feat. Kulyias Swiney & Tanisha Jones] by Jeremiah Jericho from the Album Aggie in the Blood (Go-Go Version) [feat. Kulyias Swiney & Tanisha Jones]

songsIf Jeff Swiney Had A Hammer by Andrew Jackson Jihad from the Album Rompilation


Books about Swiney:

booksThe Adventures of Rose & Swiney (Little House Chapter Book) by Roger Lea MacBride and Doris Ettlinger (Aug 22, 2000)

booksHistory of the French National Convention. [By J. Gordon, of Swiney.] by Author Unknown (Apr 27, 2010)

booksThe juvenile muse: an assemblage of original pieces; together with a poem on the fourth of June, 1779. Addressed... by J. M. Swiney (Sep 14, 2012)

booksHistory of the French National Convention. By J. Gordon, of Swiney by Anonymous and John Gordon (Mar 25, 2011)

booksThe Mystery of the Circle and the Cross, Or, the Interpretation of Sex / by Frances Swiney by Frances Swiney (1908)

booksThe Awakening Of Women Or Woman's Part In Evolution by Swiney, Frances published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC... (Sep 10, 2010)

booksThe Cosmic Procession: Or, the Feminine Principle in Evolution; Essays of Illumination by Swiney, Frances published... (Jan 8, 2010)


Wiki information Swiney:


Swiney is a small village on the east coast of Scotland, 1 mile west of Lybster along the A99 road, in Caithness, Scottish Highlands and is in the Scottish council area of Highland.

Frances Swiney
Deceased Person, Person

Rosa Frances Emily Swiney, née Biggs, was an early British feminist and writer. She was born in Poona, India, but spent most of her childhood in Ireland. In 1871 she married Major John Swiney, and devoted herself to becoming a full-time wife and...