(1) Synonym for ebonics.

(2) What most rap performers call lyrics.
(For examples of "oogabooga", see ebonics.)
от Dick Morris 16 ноември 2009
Nineteenth century British Army slang for "ugly bugger", used to describe the natives of the Sudan.
Viceroy Wellpointe viewed the ooga booga he was to bed tonight and rather wished he was in Dar es Salaam where the local trollops were much more to his liking.
от nilpferd 20 юли 2003
A startled individual.
From the Three 6 Mafia Song 'Got It 4 Sale'

'Told da Feds, we were shipping dope to Memphis straight from Cuba, get the ruga, we gon do em', have em' spooked like ooga booga.'
от Reese Monroe 14 септември 2012
an unintelligible slur to describe something/anything that is otherwise inexplicable. For example, when confused, baffled, and/or compounded over a situation–one may exclaim, "OOGA, BOOGA!"

Also, one may cry out "OOGA BOOGA" when nothing else seems appropriate. For instance, let's say you're chasing someone (to scare them, or startle them, or even just to engage them in chase), one may call out "OOGA BOOGA" as sort of a declaration that one is there, present, and aware and on the tail of something/someone.
an unintelligible slur to describe something/anything that is otherwise inexplicable. For example, when confused, baffled, and/or compounded over a situation–one may exclaim, "OOGA, BOOGA!"

Also, one may cry out "OOGA BOOGA" when nothing else seems appropriate. For instance, let's say you're chasing someone (to scare them, or startle them, or even just to engage them in chase), one may call out "OOGA BOOGA" as sort of a declaration that one is there, present, and aware and on the tail of something/someone.
от Stayler7 08 септември 2011
oogabooga - a word used in the times of cavemen, means hello, good-bye, how are you, wassup. really anything you want it to. use it with different expressions to mean different things.
oogabooga? oogabooga! oogabooga.
от pokemontrainer#274 20 юни 2011
The cool noise crash-bandicoot's mask makes.
it just OOGA BOOGA'D!
от RAWRRness 28 април 2010
a word for in which has no meaning to it. It learns towards an onomatopoeia, and is often used in horror movies. Yet, if you put them in horror movies, i bet they won't take you seriously that much. Thus, you often see it in little kids movies, or some idiot on the street is trying to scare you. That is the point where you walk away and laugh at them.
Person A: Omg, we are in a haunted house
Person B: Oogabooga!
Person A: Nevermind.. this is a waste of our time.
от Echankodomo 01 януари 2010

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