word used for chinese/east asian person, or a chinese/east asian family. Inspired by Dum Fuk, a good friend of mine from Formosa. see maqwa, pawa, mawa
wa, yoar dinnah' is leaddy!
Short for Wife Alert! When you and a friend are IM-ing, and the wife walks in the room, you give the friend a heads up by typing WA, WA, WA!!!
WA, WA, WA!!!!!
The Japanese postposition (like a preposition except after a word) "wa" is the topic marker, which identifies the topic (duh) of the sentence. The literal meaning is "As for (noun)." Usually the topic and the subject are the same thing, but only if the topic has already been introduced; otherwise, you use the subject marker "ga." Additionally, "wa" can be used to indicate contrast or emphasis of the subject. The way "wa" is being used depends on context and intonation.
Topic: Watashi wa koukousei desu. ("I am a high school student.")
Contrast: Biiru wa nomimasu ga, wain wa nomimasen. ("I drink beer, but I don't drink wine.")
As an aside: Wa is not a verb; verbs are always at the end of a sentence in Japanese. Wa is not the Japanese copula, "desu" is; all wa does is tell you what the hell is being talked about. Don't be stupid and think of it any other way.
To use oranges for sexual pleasure. More tame version of Za as oranges are less zingy (see 'Za')
"Do you want to Za tonight?"
"No, I'll Wa you though?"
An expression for ultimately overpowering joy, excitement and/or anticipation.
Wa? Wa! wa.... wA, Wa, wAAAAAAA?!
western australia. the state on the west side of the continent.
capital of wa is perth
An expert in a particular subject.
You'll have to consult a statistics wa
if you want to know about regression.
Wa is an expression used in chats to express that you are crying.
waaa waaaa waaa!! (T_T)!!!