Definition of booboo
- an injury. Considered a childish term.
Do you have a booboo on your knee?
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- See more words with the same meaning: an injury.
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Slang terms with the same meaning
Other terms relating to 'an injury':
|Definitions include: a sound beating.|
|Definitions include: a beating.|
|Definitions include: a mistake.|
|Definitions include: a "titty-twister".|
|Definitions include: superficial injuries (i.e. scrapes and scratches) caused by sliding along a road.|
|Definitions include: a stupid person; "moron"; "idiot".|
|Definitions include: when an individual or object falls due to gravity.|
Slang terms with the same root words
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|Definitions include: to tell on.|
|Definitions include: one who slows and/or stops to observe the tragedies occurring to others around them; the bane of an Emergency Services worker's (Fire Fighter, EMS, Police) existence.|
|Definitions include: "bourghee" + "ghetto".|
|Definitions include: venereal disease.|
|Definitions include: acronym for "on my way".|
|Definitions include: looking or being cool or hot.|
|Definitions include: to frequently drive fast.|
|Definitions include: missing or misplaced.|
|Definitions include: to have little or no money.|
|Definitions include: one of many made up "sex moves" that involve physical abuse of women.|
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