a beautiful girl who doesnt but have a care in the world. she makes her own path and lives by her own rules. she laughs a lot and is HILARIOUS herself. she's gorgeous. and usually has a best friend names shraddha. USUALLY.
you are so DUA.
you just had a dua moment.
by funnystuffisgood February 20, 2011
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Me: Rats like cheese right?
Nerd: No you duas rats have a strong sense of smell so they can't come close to cheese because it's too smelly for their noses
Me: Ok nerd
by Banjo_Bro May 30, 2021
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BIG ASSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!
HIT IT DUAAAA!! LET IT BOUNCEEEE$$$$$$$$$
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Dead Upon Arival
Commonly used by government law/emergency officals and military.
A 911 call of someone Over-Doseing sent paremedics rushing to the scene, but Fred was DUA despite their urgency.
by 0ni0n May 12, 2005
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A really kind girl she always has good games has amazing sister is she has one usually the cutest as babys
Girl:my friend is a dua!

Boy:she really is
by Hosarel January 2, 2022
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(ha-LLA-doo-ah)
The art of self-healing and the celebration of the two-tailed goat, representing everlasting fertility, starting at the break of dawn on the 22nd March each year, with the the traditional goat race starting the day, with the first goat to climb the great tree being declared the Raaja Bakara for the Gensus season to come.

During midday the Capra Courtship dance takes place between hopeful lovers in hopes their love will bring good fortune and joy, like the mythological goats' tails and the sacred dance shall bless them with fertility to come.

At dusk a great feast is held to commemorate the goat god, where offerings such as herbs, spices, rice cakes, Saisg Roll and goats' milk are served. Rice cream is also a popular dish consisting of fine rice, thickened with goat's milk and frozen to be served chilled.

In some Western Societies, the practice of Hallai Dua is still frowned upon, with conservative groups condemning the celebration due to the goat's promiscuous nature, and others criticising the set cost for its events (e.g. Fixed 50 shanj entry for plays involving the goat). Nevertheless, in recent years, young Westerners have endorsed the occasion and often celebrate by eating cheese strings (processed string cheese made with goat's milk) and hosting mini goat-themed celebrations in community centres and playing party games such as pin the tails on the goat.
"They're getting ready for Hallai Dua, they are!"
by Foby Wobinson April 9, 2018
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In Albanian "Te dua" means "I love you" but the verb "me dasht"
also means to need, to want and to love. So when an Albanian tells
you "Te dua" he/she is telling you that they need you, wants you and

loves you all at once.
Honey, "Te dua"
by Bona Dea November 26, 2017
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