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1.
bwa
An expression of indifference, also can be an expression of confusion.

Sometimes is used when one's interest is piqued.
A:What do you want for dinner?
B:Bwa

A:Look! A Giraffe's rampaging through town?
B: Bwa? o.O;

A: I just baked your favorite cake.
B: Bwa!?
by Kori-san! August 26, 2003
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2.
BWA
BWA = Bitch With Attitude. Referred to girls who think they can pass life with this kind of behavior. Also, those who are mean, lack of social skills and got serious attitude problems.
"Look, that girl is a BWA!"
"She is such a BWA!"
"Oh man, Id like to smack that BWA!"
by banananananann October 12, 2008
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3.
Stands for Bitch(es) with Attitude; a confident and fiesty female. Mainly used to categorize two female friends who are known to be wild
1.As soon as they walked in the club, we could tell they were B.W.A .
2.Dont f**K with them, they're B.W.A
by Whitley_101 October 12, 2007
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4.
BWA
Below the waist activity. Any sexual activity that occurs below the waistline.
"I made out with that guy I met at the club all night long."
"Did the two of you sleep together?"
"Yea, but there was no BWA"
by besitosparati July 29, 2009
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5.
bwa
An expression of indifference; mostly neutral, not caring or lacking opinion but still giving a reaction.

Sometimes indicates there's something more going on then expressed.
"What do you think of this dress?!"
"Bwa.. , It's ok."

"She's such a fucking hoe, what do you think?"
"Bwa.. I don't know her that well."

"Do you think she's more attractive then me?"
"Bwa.."
by BelgainDSoul August 06, 2003
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6.
BWA
A Big White ass. big fabulous bouncing donkey butt. bubbly and wonderful.
(B)IG (W)HITE (A)SS
http://i293.photobucket.com/albums/mm72/mrmkel/rawswing.jpg is a picture of an OKAY, not the best BWA
by bethisgangsta January 01, 2009
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7.
BWA
Black Women's Alliance. A student organization at MIT, founded in 1997 with the aim to provide a forum to address the needs and concerns of Black women undergraduate students at MIT. To promote the awareness of Black women's issues in the MIT community through activities designed to increase the visibility of Black women on campus and to encourage interaction with other campus groups. To encourage the scholarship of Black women at MIT. To promote activism, unity, friendship, and community.
Also: Black Women of Acclaim; Black Women Achievers
by jjb February 23, 2005
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