Top Definition
The term "sallah" originated in the late 1990s on Lacrosse fields in Cleveland Ohio. In the game of lacrosse there is no stat to track the equivalent of an interception (when an opposing player catchs a pass not intended for him.) The term originated out of these circumstances and can be traced back to the Dew Crew, an ancient order, and further more to Michael "Snake" Gardner.
The Boz just got a "sallah."

He "sallah-ed" that nicely.

"Sallah!!!" yelled in excitement when one intercepts the ball
by Richard Mack April 03, 2004

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