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Sesh (1)

noun; clipping
Short for session, which may relate to anything that lasts a prolonged period of time. This word, originally a slang term for session, has now come to mean an informal get-together or social bonding among young people. The word contains an exciting and convivial air, probably the reason for which people use it so often today.
 
“Good sesh!”
Etymology : ‘sesh’ clipped from ‘session.’ Its origin is from the Irish word “seisiun” which has been used by Irish for centuries. The word started to be used by the Americans and the British during the World War II,.
Source : said by my Economics Professor on 11/07/10
Last modified: 9 December 2010


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