, -·moosed′, -·moos′ing
Slang to leave quickly; go away (from) hurriedly
, -·mosed′, -·mos′ing
Origin of vamoose; from Spanish vamos, let us go ; from Classical Latin vadamus, 1st person; personal (grammar) plural , present tense subject, subjective of vadere, to go: see wade
intransitive verbva·moosed, va·moos·ing, va·moos·es Slang
To leave hurriedly.
Origin of vamooseFrom Spanish vamos, let's go, from Latin v&amacron;d&amacron;mus, first person pl. present subjunctive of v&amacron;dere, to go.
(third-person singular simple present vamooses, present participle vamoosing, simple past and past participle vamoosed)
Alteration of Spanish vamos or vÃ¡monos, "let's go".