What does Swoll mean?

Looking buff or having big muscles

When you hear the term ‘Swoll’, it’s usually referring to someone who has a lot of muscle. The word is a shortened version of ‘swollen’, which is how their muscles look.

Although ‘Swoll’ is often used to describe someone who is very fit and muscular, it can also be used in other contexts. It can refer to anything that is swollen or has become larger.

For instance, if someone has recently come into a large amount of money, they might say “my bank account is swoll”. This means that their bank account has ‘swollen’ or grown larger, just like a muscle would.

Example for using ‘Swoll’ in a conversation

Hey, have you seen Mark lately?

Yeah, I bumped into him at the gym yesterday.

How’s he looking?

Dude, he’s swoll! His muscles are insane.

Wow, he must be hitting the weights hard.

Definitely. He’s been putting in a lot of effort at the gym.