An exclamation that can be made. Has an effect similar to that of exclamation points with written words.
This particular use of the word comes stems from Al Pacino's character, Lietenant Colonel Frank Slade in Scent of a Woman.
Synonymous with yeah
"Women! What can you say? Who made 'em? God must have been a fuckin' genius. The hair... They say the hair is everything, you know. Have you ever buried your nose in a mountain of curls... just wanted to go to sleep forever? Or lips... and when they touched, yours were like... that first swallow of wine... after you just crossed the desert. Tits. Hoo-hah! Big ones, little ones, nipples staring right out at ya, like secret searchlights. Mmm. Legs. I don't care if they're Greek columns... or secondhand Steinways. What's between 'em... passport to heaven. I need a drink. Yes, Mr Sims, there's only two syllables in this whole wide world worth hearing: pussy. Hah! Are you listenin' to me, son? I'm givin' ya pearls here." - Lt. Col. Frank Slade
a female's vagina(pussy)
Man, her hoohah smelled like rotten fish1
My hoo hah's sore after last night.
The word "hoohah" was a running gag in the early years of Mad, often exclaimed by characters in the comic book issues written and edited by Harvey Kurtzman. Its somewhat Eastern European feel was a perfect fit for the New York Jewish style of the magazine. Kurtzman liked using Yiddish expressions and nonsense words to humorous effect, and the very first story in the first issue of Mad was even titled "Hoohah!" The word's precise origin is unknown, although it may have sprung from the Hungarian word for "wow," which is hűha 1
HOOHAH! (exclaimed by several characters depicted in very early issues of MAD Magazine)
A term coined by Al Pacino in "The Scent of a Woman." It means absolutely nothing, but it is often used to make a reference to Pacino, or his character in the movie, Lt. Col. Frank Slade.
Lt. Col. Frank Slade: Well, gentlemen, when the shit hits the fan, some guys run and some guys stay. Hoo-hah!
HOO-HAH DAY--An annual rite observed to mourn the passage of summer. Celebrated in northwest Suffolk County, Long Island NY. Festivities begin after sundown and take place on rooftops of suburban homes. HOO-HAH! is the proper greeting for the occasion,accompanied with the raising of ones hat off the head, or, if no hat is worn, mimicking the gesture with your hand. The phrase is also often hollered appropos of nothing, followed by smacking the head of the person nearest to you. It is considered an act of honor to invent a new beverage for the occasion, although iced tea and lemonade are favorites. Heavy comsumption of alcoholic beverages is by no means traditional but always encouraged. The late author James Thurber is the patron saint of the holiday, and his short story "The Night the Bed Fell" is deemed sacred text for the general confusion and disorder essential to this holiday.
"Are we celebrating Hoo-Hah day on your garage roof this year, or do we have to wait till grandma is asleep and use her roof?"
A slang term for a sexual area. First seened in Scrubs
When "Blonde Docter" used it to describe a patiants vagina
I can't believe I gave that patient an orgasm when I touched her hoo hah.