Definition of scally in English:

scally

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noun (plural scallies)

informal
(In the north-west of England, especially Liverpool) a roguish self-assured young person, typically a man, who is boisterous, disruptive, or irresponsible: at her Birkenhead school she was head girl, but also had a reputation for being a scally

Origin

1980s: abbreviation of scallywag.

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