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1.
The word Tarzan used to communicate to the animals; Also used by Dave Chappelle in the racial draft episode as a parody for how white people address other races.
"Ungawa! There's a white man talking here! "
por hellyea 30 de Agosto de 2005
 
2.
Like the other guy said, it seems to originate in Tarzan movies but it was co-opted by Black teens in Oakland during the 70s (I'm okay about being corrected here - earlier?) as a slang power-grunt.

I'd love to see someone provide additional words to my example. It's been a LONG time...
Foot-stomping chant (by late 70s it was used by cheerleaders and double-dutch):

Ungh, ungawa
Momma's got the powa
I said it, I meant it
I'm here to represent it
My back is achin', My belt's too tight
My hips are shakin' from left to right...
por Suzy from Oakland 03 de Junho de 2008
 
3.
A word used by African American's to express black power
That new T.I. track is boss!! UNGAWA!!
por ScheckDiesel 22 de Setembro de 2007
 
4.
Ungawa is a word which, when translated from the language of the Ekyps means, "wait till later this afternoon, son."
Bandwagoning is never a good thing, ungawa, etard.
por MarcosApri 31 de Janeiro de 2008
 
5.
1. proclaim teh awesomness of something.
2. word used to describe sexual reference
3. to turn something harmless into a gay joke.
Bob: "ZOMFG that plane just blew the fuck up!"

Jeff(stares at sky with blank face): Ungawa!


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Guy 1: "Hey dude that girl just shoved a banana down her throat"

Guy 2: UNGAWA!!!!

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Guy 1(Halo 3): Every time I turn around that guys halfway up my ass.!

Guy 2: Ungawa!!
por Rushan2112 20 de Outubro de 2008
 
6.
Something that is very large, like a monster truck, elephant or hydro-electric dam. Originally used in this context in CRAWL Magazine, May/June 2007 issue, by author Jennifer Solomon.
"Get that lowrider out of my way before I run it over with my Ungawa truck tires!"
por Tim Piele 23 de Março de 2007
 
7.
Something that is very large, like a monster truck, elephant or hydro-electric dam. Originally used in this context in CRAWL Magazine, May/June 2007 issue, by author Jennifer Solomon.
"Get that lowrider out of my way before I run it over with my Ungawa truck tires!"
por Tim Piele 30 de Abril de 2007