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Sports organised by the GAA (Gaelic Athletic Association), notably hurling and gaelic football.
I like gaa, but the GAA has a habit of ruining it.
by Darth Ridley March 10, 2007
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a general expression of disgruntlement
(never, ever spelled with an h)
<someone says something stupid>
you say: gaaaaaa
(as in, i can't believe you're so stupid!)
by roger May 17, 2004
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Short form of "Gaelic Athletic Association" which is the strange irish sports... gaelic football, hurling, handball etc...
by Cully April 1, 2003
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Goodwood Aintree Ascot These are English racecourses
There is no racing at GAA on Good Friday or Christmas Day
by St. Ias September 18, 2005
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A declaration of general displeasure with the context of said statement. May be used at any situation where something triggers a general negative reaction. No further explanation is needed, and it is important to point out GaAs can be used in written form as well, such as on Facebook.
Dude I think I just failed bombed this test... shit my mom is gonna kill me." "GaAssssss
by XIKermiester June 27, 2010
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A noise that is made in the middle of a physical strain to help to body deal with the tension.
It can also be used as a sound that is made in the middle of a punch.
*picks up weights* "gaas, this is so heavy"
by Vertzberger March 8, 2020
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"GAAS": An e-reply to the Internet acronym TLDR (when used to mean "Too Long, Didn't Read"). Sarcastic, but appropriate when the length of the original message was only "too long" for a sound bite bitten, txt msgd, acronym atrophied brain.
by Mike Grissom May 21, 2006
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