Thesaurus for Hoo-ah

Synonyms, antonyms, and related words for Hoo-ah

Phonetic spelling of the military acronym HUA, which stands for "Heard Understood Acknowledged." Originally used by the British in the late 1800's in Afghanistan. More reciently adopted by the United States Army to indicate an affirmative or a pleased response.
1: Sgt: "Y'all got the game plan?"
PFC(s): "Hooah sargeant!"

2: Sgt: "Y'all ready for chow?"
PFC(s): "Hooah sergeant!"
by MaddogS September 30, 2003
The state of having no, or very little money.
I am broke, so I am not of the state of being able to play one or more of multiple pleasurable games at the local arcade.
by colin January 01, 2004
Somebody who is really regretting not going to State College right now.
"Who would have thought it'd be so hard to get laid in college? Oh yeah, I'm a cadet at a military academy."
by bitterplebe February 12, 2009
short form of "Fucked up beyond all recognition", but also a misunderstandment of the german word "furchtbar", which means horrible or frightening.
"This situation ist Fubar!"

"Das ist furchtbar!"
by Nils May 31, 2004
A catch-all, placeholder phrase. Usually shows up under duress. Most commonly used when the speaker has no idea what the hell is going on or what he's going to do. Similar to a combination in connotation of the military FUBAR and hoo-ah.
The word hoit may have originally started as an alternate spelling.
"Aww, hoight, I have no idea--wait, here we go, I got it."
by Brandon January 26, 2004
Hand On the Inner Thigh. A sign of friendship or affection shown between friends and lovers of either sex. Also exercised when watching scary movies.
Amber: Today has been a total nightmare!
Jared: (places hand on thigh) Yeah, well chin up!
Amber: Your hand is on my thigh.
Jared: Congrats! You've been HOITed.
by fastball35 October 31, 2011
Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps
Mission is to motivate young people to be better citizens.
If you are in JROTC you will have fun and gain responsibilty and become a better citizen.
by Jane Doe October 06, 2003
Reserve Officer Training Corps. This is a college program that is not to be confused with JROTC (Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps) which is found in many high schools nationwide.

ROTC is a program which consists of military instruction by laboratory, lecture, and physical training. Found on many campus' nationwide. Lower division classes (Freshman or MSI and Sophomore or MSII) are open to anyone. Upper division classes are reserved for contracted cadets.

ROTC specifically trains studets/cadets to become 2nd Lieutenants in the United States Army. ROTC offers 4 year to 2 year scholarships which pays full tuition or up to approximately $20,000 a year for educational costs. In addition, $900 per year for books and a monthly stipend is given.

ROTC gives college students/cadet the ability to experience the Army while maintaining a normal college life. There is no obligation until a cadet chooses to contract and recieve scholarship. Obligation is 8 years in the ANRG, Reserves or Active duty.
I became an army officer through the ROTC program at Cal Poly.

ROTC classes are great leadership courses to take if you need more units!
by Mustangs101 January 04, 2007
A sport that you have to be fast to do. Usually made fun of by fat kids who can't run. These fat kids usually stay home, get fat, and end up serving you at burger king later on in life.
He did varsity track.
by Kevy the Bevy June 12, 2003

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