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Definition of gyeah

gyeah

interjection

  • exclamation of positive sentiment.
    That burger was so juicy. Gyeah!
    Boss called and told me I'm off today. Gyeah.

    Last edited on Feb 25 2011. Submitted by Anonymous on Feb 25 2011.

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