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Definition of hellza

hellza

  • variant of hella (i.e. very, really, extremely or many, much, lots.) Used alone as an exclamation, means "yeah!", "whoa!", and/or "cool!"
    The street system's hellza tricky out here.
    There's hellza cars parked outside.
    Hellza!

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Infernus from Los Angeles, CA, USA on Nov 30 2001.

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Other terms relating to 'many, much, lots':

Definitions include: a lot of; many; much.
Definitions include: "great" as in "large in number or quantity".
Definitions include: many or much.
Definitions include: a lot.
Definitions include: to be many or much of something present.
Definitions include: suffix applied to a noun to indicate the presence of many or much of that noun.
Definitions include: a very large number.
Definitions include: a large amount.
Definitions include: many.
Definitions include: a lot of; many; much.
Definitions include: commonly used as the "politically correct" phase where "shitload" would normally be used.
Definitions include: the majority.
Definitions include: many or much.
Definitions include: having many of something.
Definitions include: used after a word as an intensifier or just for flair.

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Definitions include: under the influence of marijuana; "stoned".
Definitions include: a bachelorette party.
Definitions include: straight from the source of said thing.
Definitions include: a person who is so like everyone around him or her that they seem like a simulation or made of plastic.
Definitions include: the afternoon.
Definitions include: to follow closely; to copy one's actions, behavior, style, tastes, opinions and choices.
Definitions include: toilet.
Definitions include: a computer program that performs automated tasks, usually in response to requests from users.

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