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8.
shwa--also see, whoa. expressing great excitement. or like the opposite.
Bob: i just won 500 dollars!
Cara: SHWA!
by Caraeh March 19, 2008
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9.
a term of a really hard fuck
"wow, we had a great shwa"
by alexandraalynna June 12, 2009
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10.
a person with the full name joshua, but everyone says josh, so u take the end of joshua "shua" and change the spelling, coming up with a rather crafty nick name
what up shwa
by shwa March 26, 2004
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11.
created by an unassuming and brilliant broad named Bubba, shwa has many different applications and meanings, depending on circumstance and emotion involved. A hybrid of the archaic expression, "say what?" shwa has developed a life of its own and is traveling over the country as it is exchanged in conversation.

Originally used as Bubba-speak for, "What!!!!" shwa is now taking on any myriad of meanings. See examples below...
Example A:
Beets: Oh man Patrick O'Sullivan just scored a short-handed goal!!!

Bubba: Shwa!!! THAT'S ROCKIN!!! GO PATTY O!!!

Example B:
JSR: That new girl thinks Lenny is stupid, Bubba.

Bubba: Shwateva...

Example C:
ItsMraHole2U: Hey Bubba, I am in need of your superior advice...

Bubba: Ah yes, the office of the Shwalillama is now open...
by Bubba February 13, 2005
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12.
1) An exclimation.

2) A way to say something without using any real words.
Example A)
Ari: I need to go change my top. It's too hot.

Ave: SHWA?!

Example B)
*silence*

Ave: shwa
by iChar May 12, 2006
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13.
A level 6 swear word (one level above the fuck), such a slur could be used in the context of an adjective, a noun, a verb, and even an adverb. Its origins are full of ambiguity, but its intentions are clear. Calling someone shwa is sinful, but calling someone a shwa may result in expulsion...of life.
Adjective - "John has a shwa tie on"
Verb - "I would never want to shwa"
Noun - "_____________"
by narnian July 28, 2006
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14.
A level 6 swear word (one level above the fuck), such a slur could be used in the context of an adjective, a noun, a verb, and even an adverb. Its origins are full of ambiguity, but its intentions are clear. Calling someone shwa is sinful, but calling someone a shwa may result in expulsion...of life.
Adjective - "John has a shwa tie on"
Verb - "I would never want to shwa"
Noun - "_____________"
by narnian July 28, 2006
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