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The REAL meaning!!! The word Groovy originated in the late 50's and early 60's in the British and American music scenes. It refers to the grooves, on the 78's, 45', and 331/3 LP's, pressed into the vinyl on a record.

As the music scene became popular and getting a record made was the best thing to happen to a musician, the phrase "in the groove" popped up amongst the producers and artists. Groovy soon followed and took on the persona of being very cool or laid back. Anything that was good.
"Man, that is one Groovy record."
"Dude, you are so groovin'
"Get your groove on!"
"Feeling Groovy!"
"I can't wait to get back in the groove."
"That is one Groovy Babe!"
"That Dude is so Groovy!"
"I'm in the Groove!"
"Groo-Vin!"
by Kay66 December 03, 2010

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