What does raise the roof mean?

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Raise the roof was a common term of the late 1990's. The term generally describes placing your arms in the air with your hands at a 90 degree angle, as if you were placing them on a ceiling and then moving your arms up and down in the position. Past the actual verb of raising the roof, the meaning can be described as to "hype" up the event that's taking place (hypothetically raising the intensity level of the event...to the roof).
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