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Definition of dwam

dwam

  • exclamation derived from "damn" meaning "Oh my" or "Holy cow!"
    Oh dwam, those nugs look good.

    Last edited on Dec 10 2001. Submitted by Kevin from Kansas City, KS, USA on Dec 10 2001.

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