Greeting in the Patois dialect of Jamaica, rather than a "bastardization" of "What's going on" though it is the equivelant.

Originally evolved out of the dialect formed by African slaves being taught to speak english by the British in Jamaica during the peak of sugar plantations.
Used in a greeting as, "Hey mon, wagwan".
Por Chopin_Amateur 28 de junio de 2006
Bastardization of "What's going on?"
Wagwan my brotha
Por Nama 30 de septiembre de 2003
Jamaican slang for "what's going on?"
Used as a greeting: "Wa gwan Fred?" or simply "Wa-gwan!"
Used as a question: "Wa gwan(ing) with that?"
Por Paul Dixon 20 de marzo de 2006
My London boys told me that Wag Wan is slang mostly used in Hackney and it means 'Whats Going On '

Wag Wan - Whats going on say it slow it sounds like whats going on

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1 - "Hello Mate"
2 - "Wag Wan Brov"
Por B-man the don 22 de septiembre de 2006
used in the same context as whats up? or hows it going?
yo wa gwan starr?
Por Kile 08 de abril de 2003
a formal greetin between 2 homies who known each other since bak in da day:"wats going on?"
"Yo wa gwan blud?"
"nutin man just chillin"
Por jazman 20 de junio de 2003
wa gwanin'
- what is go-oning man
wa
Por bad ass gangstarrrrr 09 de noviembre de 2003

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