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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! "
hellyeaによって 2005年08月30日(火)
 
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...
Suzy from Oaklandによって 2008年06月03日(火)
 
3.
A word used by African American's to express black power
That new T.I. track is boss!! UNGAWA!!
ScheckDieselによって 2007年09月22日(土)
 
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.
MarcosApriによって 2008年01月31日(木)
 
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!!
Rushan2112によって 2008年10月20日(月)
 
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!"
Tim Pieleによって 2007年03月23日(金)
 
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!"
Tim Pieleによって 2007年04月30日(月)