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Extremely tall hairy spider thing that upon meeting him warrants a specfic kind of dance that vaguely resembles constipation or giving someone head....
"Saccccchaaaaaa." *bend knees and leans forward*

"It's like we're giving him head!"

"What are you doing tonight?"
"Sacha."
"Can I come?!?"
"Yeah,sure."



=]
by InkyMeow December 06, 2008
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1.
Beautiful, Sexy, Hott, Amazing, Funny, Cute, Kind,Everything you could ever want in a girl, she is so calm but can be really crazy at times, she is perfect. Simply Perfect.
Boy: Look theres Sacha
Boy 2: Wow, shes hott
by Someone2777 December 09, 2010
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2.
The name origin and meaning of Sacha

Russian Meaning: Helper and defender of mankind.

Diminutive of Alexander (Greek) "man's defender."

Sacha has 2 variant forms: Sascha and Sasha.

"Sacha me" to make cool or to change.

"Sacha it , or "be Sacha" to protect or defend or to be brave.
Sacha,cool,Russian,Greek,Defender, brave, protect
by Bertie Hill November 16, 2006
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3.
to have an extremely high sex drive
damn that boy had a sacha
by 78boomboom August 13, 2008
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4.
The best friend you could ever ask for. Sacha will be there for you no matter what. She is so understanding and knows exactly what to say when you are down. She can also be a lot of fun, the best person to call up for a GNO or GNI! She is hard-working and dedicated, but doesn't take herself to seriously. She is loved by everyone around her.
"I need a Sacha right now to help me get through this tough time."
by canausa February 15, 2013
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5.
a russian name spelled in the french way, the name means Helper of man kind also makes it sounds like some dogs name.
She wore all black, she was considerd goth, her name Was sacha and i loved her with all my heart
by Tedo-kun July 25, 2006
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6.
Sacha Pronunciation: (sa-sha)
Meaning: presented with, nicely confronted, approached in a relaxed & honest way.

Explanation:

Being Sashed
swift yet funny, nija style - but with humour, efficient even with slips, trips & scuffs.

Slang - Sash-it

meaning: to give it some sash.
John stood on the pavement and this bloke slid past on the ice, falling off of the curb almost doing a summersault, yet with a beaming smile and genuine belief, managed to place in John's hand a leaflet of his up and coming gig.

John stood shocked yet somehow impresses as he realised that he had in fact been Sashed - it was the Sacha effect.
by Baron Freeman. February 06, 2010
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7.
wild, jungle in Quechua (indigenous language of Ecuador)
sacha is a direct translation. don't know an example without taking it out of context
by sachatattoo September 10, 2009
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