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Dela is your dream girl. She's shy but at times can be wild and fun. Her eyes define her beauty. She loves to make new friends and go on new adventures. All though she's caring and loving, she could be very pessimistic and crazy but that's why you love her.
Damn that girl Dela is the girl of my dreams.

Have you seen that beautiful chick Dela?
by NessaaTooCute March 14, 2017
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Jan 23 Word of the Day
Adjective for something that definitely wasn't lame, but not quite "hot". In other words, slightly below being hot, therefore warm, like a nice pair of mittens.
"How were things at the club last night?"

"Plenty to drink, but the music was no good. I guess shit was mittens."
by 122445 May 14, 2006
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De-la (adjective) - Pronounced: "Day-lah".

If some THING is "de-la", it is good. If some ONE is "de-la", they are alright or OK.
I thought you were cool de-la?

I *am* cool de-la!

You ain't cool de-la!
by Larry F**kin' David July 26, 2006
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The second derivative meanin, "God" all shuld bow down before and worship, even the Godless for there iz only 1,
by The Godless September 24, 2003
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Someone who licks gooch for cash or just for the fun of it.
Guy 1:Hey have you heard about the new cashier vic?

Guy 2: What about him?

Guy 1: I heard he's a dela.

Guy 2: Yeah I think that's how he got hired.
by Gooch_made November 29, 2009
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(adjective) anything derivative of De La Soul, the jazzy, uplifting hip hop group from Long Island.

Such as de la clothes, de la attitude, delacratic, de la beats, de la rhymes, and the de la haircut.
Is it cause my de la clothes?
Or is it just my de la soul?
When it comes to being de la it's just me myself and I.

"Me, Myself, and I" De La Soul
by TreeWeezel April 27, 2011
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interjective that is placed at the end of sentences when speaking Mandarin. Use started by Taiwan aboriginals and made its way to the youth culture.
Gei wo mijiu dela!
(Give me rice wine!)
by Ben H September 17, 2003
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