An expression of mild surprise or shock from '60s-'70s. Popularized by cartoon character Velma of the '70s children's show Scooby-Doo. Rarely used today, except in an ironic fashion. A very wholesome word.
"Jeepers! You sure surprised me!" Claire exclaimed, then laughed along with her friends at the silly anachronism.
by Estoy En Su Punta January 23, 2006
by Gmc14 (Dooshsta) March 31, 2003
by dantethegaypinkie May 06, 2008
by Wehan December 23, 2005
a nick-name often given to jeeps, particulary CJ's, and wranglers. Although it may be used to identify any jeep.
by f0rdbr0nc0351 April 28, 2005
Someone who stands around taking pictures of their Jeep flexing on dirt piles with all three light bars turned on talking about their new Jeep Wave Sticker while more Jeepers are standing around and talking about their new Angry Grill while they wait on their one friend who has testicles to swap out a busted d30 stub shaft the last poser broke backing off said dirt pile while waving at each other every time they make eye contact.
You should quit being a lame Jeeper and sell those light bars and get a set of lockers and learn how to wheel
by Not a Jeeper August 12, 2015
by Phanlogical February 04, 2017