A term used in Mid-Wales to refer to a friend or downright decent bloke. The 'o' is sounded as in 'hot'.
Glyn: 'Alright, boh?'
Evan: 'Aye not so bad boh, yourself?'
Glyn: 'Aye getting by like'
Please disregard the half informed definition related to drum and bass that was posted below.
From the source of jungle/dnb lingo, the Junglist Dictionary:
Bo! - Simulated gunshot. When a tune is big, say this loud if you want a rewind. In Jamaica, people used to fire blanks all the time when a tune was big.
For a definition of rewind, see the Junglist Dictionary you lazy bastards.
*DJ drops a Britney Spears remix*
"GET OFF THE DECKS YOU FUCKIN LOSER!"
*DJ drops a hot fuckin tune*
*DJ drop kicks AK1200 in the face*
"BOH! BOH! BOH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
An incorrect variation on the exclaimation "D'oh."
As seen in the Simpsons episode "Burns' Heir," when Burns tried to convince Bart that his family doesn't miss him, and hires actors to portray them on a video feed. But, the Homer actor flubs his lines, saying "B'oh" instead of "D'oh."
Homer Actor: (odd voice) I do not miss Bart at all.
Marge Actor: (odd voice) I am glad he's gone.
Lisa Actor: (odd voice) As am I.
Homer Actor: (drops) sandwich B'oh!
An exclamation similar to "D'oh", the popular phrase said by Homer from The Simpsons. Similar in meaning and annunciation.
Saying this phrase to another Simpsons buff displays superior knowledge of Simpsons trivia; said usage also points out the over usage of the phrase "D'oh" and avoids obvious simpsons clichés.
Origin: In Simpsons episode 1F16: "Burn's Heir", an actor portraying Homer mistakenly exclaims "B'oh" after dropping a sandwhich while trying to convince Bart the actor is the real Homer (Saying "D'oh" would have been more realistic).
Person1: "Dude you just dropped your beer"
SimpsonsBuff1: "Dude you just dropped your beer"
italian word used to say 'i dont know'.
It's the same as 'Meh'.
1. what are u going to do dis afternoon, nigga?
plural form of the shortened natty boh, which is short for national bohemian beer.
BOH! is a simulated gun shot noise, used as a positive vocal response to a big tune or massive bassline in the 'drum & bass / jungle' (electronic dance music genre) community.
The term originates from the Jamaican/Reggae culture where a gunshot was used to signal/call a rewind of a big tune. Now, yelling BOH! or BWOH! is a common vocalization used to affirm the selections/sound of the Selectah/DJ.
Drum & Bass MC shouts at a party, "If you want the rewind let me hear you say BOH!" Crowd responds in unison, "BOH!"
Trainspotter standing all night with his arms folded right in front of the DJ booth finally hears an exclusive dubplate he recognizes, yells "BOH SELECTAH!" - and promptly raises his lightah!
Back Off Him Slut
"Can I tell you I asked him to whip me today?"