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A word of jubilation that is uttered by mainly Hispanics, especially within the Puerto Rican community. It normally is yelled at high volumes in a nasal manner, especially after something that is celebrated. "Wepa" normally means, "All right! Good job! Congratulations! Yeah!"

When saying, "Wepa!," you must hold the "e" for the longest amount of time, and "a" for just as long. Variations are also acceptable.

Pronounced: Weh - pah; you must say it nasally or there is no true jubilant effect.
Student 1: I just a 98 on my Chemistry final!
Student 2: All right, man! WEPA!

Puerto Rican singer: ¿Estamos listos? (Are we ready?)
Audience: WEPA!!!!

Priest: I now pronounce you husband and wife. You may kiss the bride.
Attendee: WEEEEEEEPAAAAAAAAAAAAA! (applauding the couple as he says it)
von Denny G 18. Juni 2008
 
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A nice little word used by puerto ricans, and a few other cool people (just sometimes, it really depends). It can be used like "Oh yeah!" "Cool!" or "Go for it!" ect.
"Woo hoo! Alright! Wepa!"
von *Gurl-w-Curls* 5. Dezember 2006
 
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A word of jubilation that is uttered by mainly Hispanics, especially within the Puerto Rican community. It normally is yelled at high volumes in a nasal manner, especially after something that is celebrated. "Wepa" normally means, "All right! Good job! Congratulations! Yeah!"

When saying, "Wepa!," you must hold the "e" for the longest amount of time, and "a" for just as long. Variations are also acceptable.

Pronounced: Weh - pah; you must say it nasally or there is no effect.
Student 1: I just a 98 on my Chemistry final!
Student 2: All right, man! WEPA!

Puerto Rican singer: ¿Estamos listos? (Are we ready?)
Audience: WEPA!!!!

Priest: I now pronounce you husband and wife. You may kiss the bride.
Attendee: WEEEEEEEPAAAAAAAAAAAAA! (applauding the couple as he says it)
von Denny G 18. Juni 2008