used to suggest the sound of a heavy blow, explosion, etc.
Origin of whamechoic
a heavy blow, impact, etc.
, whammed, wham′ming
to strike, explode, etc. loudly
- A forceful, resounding blow.
- The sound of such a blow.
verbwhammed whammed, wham·ming, whams
To strike or crash into with resounding impact.
To collide or strike with great force.
Used to indicate the sound of a forceful blow or collision.
Origin of whamImitative.
(third-person singular simple present whams, present participle whamming, simple past and past participle whammed)