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Used in order to abruptly express great joy, usually brought on by victory or some other sort of accomplishment.

Close relative to the word: Booyaka
Fred Hoiberg crosses up Gary Payton... goes baseline and throws it down on Shaq... BOOYAH!!!
作者 Neil 2003年12月02日
1 - An exclamation of joy.
2 - A mocking or arrogant exclamation used to taunt a loser one has just beaten.
3 - A catchphrase picked up by stock market commentator Jim Cramer, used either as a general greeting or as a celebration of a good stock pick. "Booyah" seems to be the most prominent word used in Cramer's TV and Radio shows. When used as a greeting, often followed by "ski-dad" or "ski-daddy".
1 - Booyah! I aced my mid-term exams!
2 - Booyah! I just dunked all over your slow ass!
3a - Booyah, Jim! What is the booyah-potential for ticker symbol BHP?
3b - Booyah ski-daddy!
3c - Jim, I caught a major booyah off of EuroZinc Mining.
作者 snilloc79 2006年7月30日
Slang term from the early 1990s meaning roughly "OH YEAH!" or "IN YOUR FACE!" or "THERE WE GO!"
1. He's going up for the dunk..and BOOYAH!!!

2. (Just won a game of Monopoly) "BOOYAH!!"
作者 Tipper 2003年3月09日
Often Said when 'schooling'/beating your competition... almost as is you were sayin 'in Yo' face Mo'Fo'...
(kid in a bball gmae makes a steal, brings the ball down court and dunks the ma'fa' ball in the dang net...)
Then says... 'Boo-Yah' ( all upi in their opponent's face.
作者 jB 2003年2月12日
excellent, usually used as an interjection; also used to show affirmation
Steve: I just found five bucks!
Bob: Booyah! Let's get buy some beer!
作者 Jody 2003年9月24日
A term expressing joy, excitement, or triumph. An anglicised form of the Spanish word 'bulla', which is pronouced the same and means "noise or racket".
I got first place! Booyah!
作者 Kim Siever 2006年9月20日
Said when feeling triumphant, or courageous.

(see Booyah!!!1For many, many more definitions.)
I won the bet! You owe me $3000! Booyah!!
作者 Aaron W. 2003年2月20日
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