There are 2 definitions of skag in English:

skag1

Syllabification: skag
Pronunciation: /skag
 
/
(also scag)

noun

informal , chiefly North American
1Heroin.
More example sentences
  • I'd say it wouldn't take much to make him try a bit of the old skag.
  • Let the mocking world slide by as long as I've got my scag and my needle.
  • And with his money, he'll have every skag dealer inside throwing drugs at him until he's bled dry and out of it.
2An unattractive woman.

Origin

early 20th century (in sense 'cigarette'): of unknown origin.

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There are 2 definitions of skag in English:

skag2

Syllabification: skag
Pronunciation: /skag
 
/

noun

variant spelling of skeg.

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