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A word meaning "really", "exceedingly", "very", or "a lot of". A West Coast equivalent of "wicked", and often used as a replacement for "hella".
1) Wow, you were grippa drunk last night, dude.
2) It's grippa rainy out right now.
3) Um...my neighbor's grippa sketch.
4) Holy hell! Don't go out there! There's grippa ninja running around!
by Vladimir McCools October 27, 2007
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Short for "grip of", meaning a handful, a group, or an approximate few.
There's a grippa geese!
by ryan y February 23, 2005
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A word that NorCal residents (erroneously) believe SoCal residents say. NorCal residents made it up in order to make up for their insecurity of using the word hella.
NorCal kid: Hey, you're from SoCal, why does everyone hella say grippa down there?
SoCal kid: WTF are you talking about? I have never heard grippa before in my life, and what's up with hella? You sound retarded.
NorCal kid: No! You're retarded!
by SoCal or No Cal May 12, 2006
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A word that is someone's equivalent to hella, but that someone is not the population of Southern California. No one in SoCal has ever heard this word.
A: You people from SoCal are grippa stupid.
B: What does that even mean?
by damnshibby August 19, 2008
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1)Very; extremely
2) A lot; in copious amounts

The first definition should be used when the word modifies an adverb or adjective. The second definitions hould be used when the word modifies a noun.
That girl is so busted, I mean she is grippa ugly.

My friend just went to the pancake titties museum. Apparently, there were grippa titties on display there.
by P.Titty November 12, 2005
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Sothern Californa's version of hella. Means really. Probably not used much out of soCal.
That shirt was grippa nice!
by xoxo June 25, 2004
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