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Definition funny of Womba:
WOMBA means anything that is awesome. It is usually yelled with excitement and passion and a deep voice. Pronounced "Wom (like "tom")-Buh(like "duh).
"WOOMBBBAAA!" - after winning a basketball game or something "WOMBBAAA!" - want to feel manly so you say it loudly and deeply. That was fricking WOMBA! - That was fricking amazing or awesome. WOMBA. - Hello or hola
Also an Australian Aboriginal term from the central Queensland region meaning crazy, silly,nuts, mental or just plain loopy.
You womba mate!
To express dislike to something or someone. It can be used as a substitute for "crap" or "gay".
Person 1: *Farts* Person 2: Eww, thats womba you tramp! Person 1: You're womba, you knobhead!
Songs about Womba:
Womba by Kwame Ansah-Brew from the Album Wonsom Africa!
Womba by Pierce Phunklarique from the Album Serious Sessions
Womba (Original) by FrankC from the Album Pandora's Box
Womba (Phunklarique's Downshift Edit) by Pierce & Phunklarique from the Album Behind The Curtain - Vol. 01
Womba (Phunklarique's Downshift Edit) by 1)Phunklarique 2) Pierce from the Album Womba
Womba (Pierce Edit) by 1)Phunklarique 2) Pierce from the Album Womba
Womba (Pierce Edit) by Phunklarique from the Album Winter Leaving
Books about Womba:
WOMBA - An Aboriginal Stockboy in the Cattle Country in the Heart of Australia by F J MCLEOD (1951)
Womba : an aboriginal stockboy in the cattle country in the heart of Australia. by F. J. McLeod (1951)
Wiki information Womba:
Wombats are short-legged, muscular quadrupedal marsupials that are native to Australia and are approximately 1 metre in length, with short, stubby tails. All are members of the family Vombatidae. They are adaptable in habitat tolerance, and are found...
The Wombats are an English indie rock band formed in Liverpool. The band comprises native Liverpudlians Matthew Murphy and Daniel Haggis, alongside Norwegian-born Tord Øverland Knudsen. The band is signed to 14th Floor Records in the United Kingdom...