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  • Name - Gavin Hurst
    Date - 1, October 2012
    Period - 1/2



    Wamo wa*mo verb
    1. To wack something with great force or you accomplish something with amazing excitement. Synonyms. Boom, Crash, Bang
    I went wamo when I hit the baseball a great distance.


    Origin:
    Circa 2012. Modern English < "a creative change of “wham”: a heavy blow," 1923, of echoic origin and 1125–75; Middle English < Old French < Latin ō. Source - dictionary.com

    Wa - mo - er - noun
    S - wam - o - adjective


    October 2, 2012