OPA means, party, or get down and dance. =Answer= It doesn't really 'mean' anything. It's an exclamation of joy, like "whoopee" or "hooray."
oipa in greek means "I said it", (usually exclaimed as "to oipa", pronounced as EE-pah).
It has no real meaning. It is an exclamation of joy, such as "hooray" or "whoopie."
The greek word moira means fate.
There are many Jewish languages, but you probably mean Hebrew. In any event, opa has no meaning in Hebrew. It is a German word for grandpa. In Hebrew, Grandpa is Saba (×¡×‘×)Opa is also an interjection in Greek.
Opa also means grandfather in Dutch and German. Oma means grandmother in Dutch and German.
"Opa" not "Oopa" doesn't mean anything. It is just a saying that is used during Greek celebrations...sometimes. Movies tend to over exaggerate the use of "opa." Many times it is not ever used.
In Dutch, the word "opa" translates to "grandpa" in English. Another Dutch word that is a synonym to "opa" and also translates as "grandpa" is "grootvader." This is not to be confused with the Greek use of "opa," which is more of an interjection, usually used to express happiness.
"Opah!", or "Opa!", means the same in Greek as the word "Ole!" means in Spanish: "Hooray!" (I think).
Opa (in Greek οπα)
Hoopaa, or "opa" doesn't really have a meaning. It is something on the order of shouting "yippee" or "yahoo."
That would be the Greek Culture.
εβίβα, pronounced Eviva
Oma means grandma, while opa means grandpa.
Opa has no meaning in Hebrew.Opa! (Greek: ÎÏ€Î±) is a common Greek verbal emotional expression used frequently during celebrations such as weddings or dancing in Greece.In Greek culture, the expression sometimes accompanies purposeful or unintentional plate smashing. It can also be used to express shock, especially when having just made a mistake.
Dutch: grootvader (formal) / opa (informal) French: grand-père German: opa Greek: Papou Italian: nonno Spanish:abuelo