Dahell
Adjective
Origin: United States, late 20th century.

Dahell. A two-syllable word expressing disgust and/or surprise. Sometimes said in conjunction with the word, "What."

Pronounced: "Duh-Hail."

Also see: Daphuck
Crazed Surburban Man: "I just raped and killed a dog!"

Animal Conservation Officer: "What dahell?"

Lieutenant General: "Soldier, we have extended your deployment indefinately."
Staff Sergeant : "Dahell?"
by Marky Mark and the Ugly Bunch January 13, 2010
a sign of annoyance or confusion in reference to somone saying somthing stupid or ignorant.
Da Hell is this fool talkin' about?
by TheOneInYaDreams July 10, 2003

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