1. A famous movie monster from Japan that stars in a series of cult movies that were started in the 1950s. Godzilla rests in the Pacific Ocean and is aroused by a nuclear bomb test held underwater. He has a distinct yell as he wades to the Japanese shore and trashes Tokyo. He also breathes radioactive "fire". In an authentic Godzilla flick you can see the actors speak Japanese but the English dubbing makes it so that what you hear is not what they say. In 1998 an "American" version came out with a computer generated monster (as opposed to the classic man in a costume) that didn't resemble the original beast at all. This bastardized movie had Godzilla tearing up New York City (how the hell did he get over THERE?) and the story is absolutely horrible. Avoid this movie like the plague. Stay FAR away.

2. a hit for the American heavy metal band Blue Oyster Cult.

3. an adjective that describes anything domineering and that takes up space, leaving little room for anything else.
1. to corremorate the new millenium, Japanese film producers released "Godzilla 2000".

2. ... oh no! They say he's got to go, go go Godzilla! Woo hoo hooo...
... History shows again and again how nature wakes up the folly of man. GODZILLA!

3. Jim's Godzilla machine of a pickup truck took up so much space I had to park my Ford right next to the hedges.
by Starpunk December 17, 2007
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A Kaiju (Japanese Monster) created by the Toho Co in Japan on November 3rd, 1954. The Japanese name for it is "Gojira", but translated into english, it became "Godzilla".
Godzilla was originally intended to be a metaphor for nuclear and atomic weapons used on Japan and throughout the world. So far, there have been 26 Godzilla movies made in three different eras. The first era, called "Showa", went from 1954 until 1975. The second era, called "Heisei", went from 1984 until 1995. The final era, known to Kaiju fans as the "Millenium" era, went from 2000 (1999 in Japan) until 2004. The supposed final movie for 5 to 10 years is coming out in December of 2004. It is called "Godzilla: Final Wars" and features a large cast of Godzilla fin favorites, including Mothra, Rodan, and Angilas, and one new Kaiju, Called Monster-X.
Godzilla has over 98% universal awareness. His fans range throughout all ages, from the very young to the very old. We love Godzilla.
Godzilla's first movie: "Godzilla: King of the Monsters" (In America) or "GOJIRA" (In Japan)
by Aardvark July 27, 2004
He is the biggest and baddest of all the monsters. That's why he is known as the MOTHER FUCKING KING!
Godzilla owned Ghidora.
by Ben December 01, 2004
While snowboarding you take your board while strapped in and slam it down on the front of another persons Skis/Board. After hitting there equipment you yell GODZILLA!!!!!!
That ski patrolled was looking at me funny so I Godzilla'd the shit outa him.
by Saelydera February 18, 2010
1. A Japanese monster created in an explosion from a hydrogen bomb test, ranges from 50 meters- 100 meters in height throughout the two series that feature him as a machine of destruction in Tokyo, Osaka, many other large Japanese cities, has attacks including blue radioactive fire breath, a radioactive energy pulse, claw swipe, tail swipe, and bite.
2. A legendary Japanese sea monster that torments the inhabitants of the home islands by sinking fishing ships and other small boats, given sacrifices of young girls sent out to sea in rafts.
3. A legendary kaiju monster created by the TOHO(c) movie corporation
Godzilla is known by many people as the greatest movie monster ever.
by Robert J. Conner December 10, 2004
What Japanese people are afraid of
Stan used a Godzilla model to successful defend Sea World from the Japanese
by AnonJudicator November 01, 2009
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