Did you by any chance mean gaga?
- adj. alternative spelling of gaga.
- interj. The noise of a baby trying to imitate speech.
“Washington state voters were ga-ga for Mr. Obama in 2008, at 57%.”
“Super cool to see I, Robot on the list, a book I read for the first time this year and was completely ga-ga over.”
“We will go up and try it out since the other person who lives here is ga-ga over a good burger.”
“Why, when a huge percent of this country is morbidly obese, when heart disease is the leading cause of death -- why do we go ga-ga for gluttony?”
“Why, when a huge percent of this country is morbidly obese, when heart disease is the leading cause of death, when diabetes is epidemic, when we know that fat-filled, sugar-coated crap is killing us -- why do we go ga-ga for gluttony?”
“My wife would go totally ga-ga if I could get my college body back. â€”
“The technology allowed the researchers to not only map the transition of the baby's first word from "ga-ga" to "water," but also to look at what the caregivers were saying and doing at the same time as the baby learned the word.”
“Before we get too ga-ga over these hardware wonders, let us divert to reality in a darker corner of our new civilization in the news this week: The barbarians have iPhones, too.”
“I went especially ga-ga over Philip Guthrie, a hero in the mature, distinguished mold.”
“It's that kind of legislative initiative and way with words that has some conservatives ga-ga over him.”
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