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Definition of ruh-roh



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Definitions include: related to "jammies", i.e. pajamas.
Definitions include: Oabaew (Oh-A-Beaw (noun)) Means "Thats Terrible" or "Why does this exist", usually used in a discussion where one user thinks one thing is terrible. Example:
Definitions include: to kill.
Definitions include: screwed over or left out.
Definitions include: very late.
Definitions include: elderly person.
Definitions include: lacking excitement or people; "boring".
Definitions include: used by historians and sociological writers meaning the Irish and Scottish men, women and children turned into slaves (indenture servants) as consequences of the British civil war of the 17th century, sent by Oliver Cromwell to the Caribbean Islands, mainly Barbados, to work in the sugar cane plantations.
Definitions include: with something in one's mouth and anus and - if female - in one's vagina.
Definitions include: a cursory cleaning of one's body, for example only cleaning the genitals and underarms.

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