A word that is best used constantly. Supa. Note that the word is a bitched version of super, another great word. However this word is not sufficient in some cases, for those extremely good times, use stellar.
Man that is a supa car.
Super, good, cool, positive, nice, sweet, unbelievable
That catch was supa, even though it was a bad bass, you still caught it
To desribe in a extreme.
Slang for super...
Sounds a little better
I.E. that girl is supa' fine!
This is a family name from the Baltics of Eastern Europe. Family has been know to be involved with Mafia activity throughout the East Coast. Many family members were around during the Apalachin meeting in nearby Endicott NY. Close family attachments to the Barbara, Zicari, Guccia, and Genovese Families. Although many of the initial family members have since past away, many still have ties to the Genovese family in NY and NJ. Most of the family money comes from Real Estate and Gambling ventures. Family has been known on the East Coast to own many small businesses and real estate ventures.
Finding new ways to make money in the 21st century, the family was known to take advantage of lax due diligence by banks during the housing spike with a wave of mortgage frauds. The family found ways to use new technology to improve on old reliable illegal gambling, with customers placing bets through offshore sites via the Internet.
Born Giuseppe Maria Barbara in 1905 in Castellammare del Golfo, Sicily, Barbara immigrated to the United States in 1921 at age 16 . He was soon working as a hitman for the Buffalo crime family in their Northern Pennsylvania territory. During the 1930s, Barbara was arrested for several murders, including the 1933 murder of rival bootlegger Sam Wichner. Wichner had gone to Barbara's house for a business meeting, where Barbara allegedly strangled Wichner to death. However, as with the other murders, law enforcement never obtained enough evidence to prosecute Barbara. It is also speculated that in 1940 Barbara murdered Pittston, Pennsylvania mob boss John Sciandra in order to take over his criminal organization. He married a woman named Josephine Vivana on May 24, 1936 in Endicott, New York, and fathered three sons, Joseph Maria Jr., Peter, and Angelo, and a daughter, Angela S. This family first introduced the Supa family to organized crime
Pronounced: suuuu pa
hey i've got some new glasses!
really? oh my isn't that su-pa
1) a bastardized version of the word or prefix "super"
2) an exclamation used to express the ultimate happy feeling, as in "supa chow"
3) a man who engages in degrading forms of erotic play, which are generally homosexual in nature. A supa may, however, practice heterosexual copulation, sodomy, fellatio, cunnilingus, bestiality, pedophilia or necrophilia.
1) This kid is supa wired tonight.
2) SUPA CHOW!!!!!!!!
3) God! What a real supa! Did you hear about how he fucked a five-year-old boy yesterday?
Sweaty Upper Pubic Area
It's so hot out, I can see your supa!