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Definition of jeebus

jeebus

  • From the television series "The Simpsons." The character Homer used the word meaning "Jesus." Used as an exclamation of surprise.
    Oh, my Jeebus!
    Sweet Jeebus!

    Last edited on Jun 21 2002. Submitted by Brian B. from AR, USA on Jun 21 2002.

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