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36.
The proper pronounciation of the Marine motivational term, "Ooh-Rah!" but, with a dick in your mouth.
The ARMY PFC called out 'HOOAH' without lifting his head from his Sergeants crotch.
by AnonymousUSMarine July 05, 2006
 
1.
Phonetic spelling of the military acronym HUA, which stands for "Heard Understood Acknowledged." Originally used by the British in the late 1800's in Afghanistan. More reciently adopted by the United States Army to indicate an affirmative or a pleased response.
1: Sgt: "Y'all got the game plan?"
PFC(s): "Hooah sargeant!"

2: Sgt: "Y'all ready for chow?"
PFC(s): "Hooah sergeant!"
by MaddogS September 30, 2003
 
2.
U.S. Military Slang.

Referring to, or meaning anything and everything except "no." Generally used when at a loss for words. Also:

Good copy, solid copy, roger, good or great; message received, understood.
Glad to meet you, welcome.
I do not know, but will check on it, I haven't the vaguest idea.
I am not listening.
That is enough of your drivel--sit down.
Stop sniveling.
You've got to be kidding.
Yes.
Thank you.
Go to the next slide.
You have taken the correct action.
I don't know what that means, but am too embarrassed to ask for clarification.
That is really neat, I want one too.
Amen.
by Anonymous August 12, 2003
 
3.
Derogatory term for Army Soldiers, because of the fact they respond with hooah for any question given to them.
Sailor 1: Why do we have to wear these stupid reflective belts?
Sailor 2: I's because the Hooahs are fucking retarded and can't look both ways before crossing the street.

Marine: Oh man whats that smell? It smells like fucking Hooah!
by Chilito January 28, 2011
 
4.
1: heard understood acknowledged 2:i don't know what you said but i want you to think i was paying attention. 3:yes. 4: i disagree but i'll do it anyway. 5: i want you to think i care. 6: i want to show you i can act motivated. 7: hardcore, tough.

of military origin
that ranger is hooah
by big johnny July 09, 2002
 
5.
A word a military tard uses when he is grunting or blindly following orders.
Commander: Soldier I want you to take out that entire town of innocent chilrend.

Soldier: HOOAH!

Commander: WTF is wrong with you are you a retard or something?
by MrHobbes69 August 16, 2014
 
6.
Army term for agreement or acknowledgement
"Private, go get me a cup of coffee"
"Hooah Sergeant"
by RyanSm April 22, 2008
 
7.
1. Acknowledgment, although sometimes not agreement.
2. Excessively rigid or displays unnecessary military bearing.

Believed to have originated with Army Engineers in World War II, who when forced to "Hurry Up And Wait" chanted acronymn - H.U.A.W. - which became today's Hoo-ah. See also hooah
1. "We're supposed to dig a new latrine this morning, then get ready to move out tonight. Hoo-ah."

2. "That new lieutennant is way too hoo-ah."
by 12B December 12, 2002