A word that the Terriosts Shout when they throw Grenades in Socom 2: U.S. Navy Seals.. Also the Coolest word on Socom 2
Seal #1- Oh Shit!
Seal #2- WHAT!?!?!
Terriost #1- RAH HEE LAHHH!!
Seal #2- We are screwed...
-Terriost 1 fragged seal 1 and 2 with a HE grenade-
jabaja is an undefineable word and language. It is best described as meaning everything, nothing, and anything. It is used by many people around the world to express all kinds of emotions and to free themselves. To direct a jabaja at someone or something, make the jabaja hand sign. Put your fingers together and keep your thumb slightly above them extend you arm. The hand must be sideways like the position you shake hands in. The hand can never be palm up or down.more...
In all jabaja words, 'j's are pronounced as 'y's. This is the case unless there is a double j* i.e. "jjadaraj" would be pronounced "Ja'Da'Rey". (*When writing by hand, 'jj' in any word is written as one j with two dots above it.) jabaja, when talking about the name of the language, is pronounced "Ya'Bey". As you can see, the last 'a' is silent. However, it is also used as a word in the language. When used as a word, it is pronounced with the 'a', hence becoming "Ya'Bey'Ya". To say "Ya'Bey" as a word, it is spelt 'jabaj'.
In the origins of the language, jabaja was not part of the vocabulary. jabaja started out as just a sound in late 2005. At this point, this noise would best be described as a long "aaaaaaa" with a nasal tone, initiated from the back of the throat. This remains today as the jabaja accent, as it is the accent used while saying most jabaja words. This sound is still used today, but more commonly in short, sharp, loud bursts, spelt 'ej'.
Late in 2006, ...