Top Definition
"Bama"
Originated from Black youth in Washington DC.
1. Original meaning was "cant dress well" or "fashion misfit"


2. Now the word has a more general use meaning "person", as how Whites use "Dude"

1. That bama wearing a coat in the summer

2. Tell bama to meet me at the store.
Por Shortie Tim 02 de julio de 2003
a bama is a wack ass person is a busta every one in DC knows what this word means but its hard to put a definiton on it
damn you look like a straight bama is that outfit
Por becky 23 de febrero de 2004
Originally, a Bama was a southerner (from Alabama, for instance) trying to blend in up north, but was so obviously country that it didn't work.
Now it's more general and just means something funny-looking, unsophisticated or country as hell.
"Why is dude still wearing BUM Equipment? That's some Bama shit!"
Por GullibleZine 07 de diciembre de 2005
A slang, typically used in the D.C. metropolitan area, meaning uncool. It can also descrbe a person who is uncool.
"That girl looks like a straight-up bama in those shoes."
Por spaz92 01 de julio de 2006
one who is out of style ie fashion, speech, or behavior,
That bama got on high waters
Por Anonymous 23 de mayo de 2003
word originally from DC used to refer to a hot mess, someone funny looking who can't dress, or is wearing every color on the rainbow.
guy 1 - damn young! look at that bama across the street
guy 2- ayo you lookin like a bama today son
Por ighetjaysz13 27 de abril de 2008
A short term for Alabama. The way many Alabamians actually refer to their home state.

A great place to live, filled with people who are kind, hard working, and helpful. It's often insulted by movies and television shows that depict Alabamians as good-for-nothing white-trash, when in all reality, Bama's full of very intelligent and talented people.
I have lived in Bama my entire life.
Por J_Leigh 25 de junio de 2007
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