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Definition of uffda

uffda

  • "WOW!" Pronounced OOF-dah. I thought that this was Norwegian in origin, but I can't find it in any Scandinavian dictionary. It is very commonly used all over North Dakota, and I think, Minnesota.
    Uffda! Look at that BABE!, or day, or moron, or car, or great time, etc.

    Last edited on May 17 2011. Submitted by Russell P. from Belle Fourche, SD, USA on Dec 17 1998.

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