The man who would become the most influential fictionalist of the last half of the 20th century cried, “Ah, caramba!”
In a few minutes they were startled by an explosive “caramba!”
caramba, comrades, if you are going to play at knives, can you not take me with you?
caramba (Spanish), a colloquial interjection, implying surprise and astonishment.
caramba is a Spanish word meaning in the American language "gosh."
"caramba, Captain, what you say is anything but flattering to me," the guide replied with an offended look.
caramba, what is this world but a cemetery of bleaching hopes!
The other barrel appeared to have been a miss—the larger tunante of the two had escaped, caramba!
caramba, but he was a coward––and he got well paid for it, too!
What about the fifty-foot B'ar I saw wit' mine own eyes, caramba?
exclamation of dismay or surprise, 1835, from Spanish, said to be a euphemism for carajo "penis," from Vulgar Latin *caraculum "little arrow."