- excessively and foolishly enthusiastic: The public went gaga over the new fashions.
- ardently fond; infatuated: He's gaga over the new girl in class.
- demented; crazy; dotty.
Origin of gaga
Examples from the Web for gaga
Gaga is especially convincing at slower tempos, and this is where weaknesses in phrasing are typically most exposed.Can Lady Gaga Do Jazz?
September 22, 2014
Quickly I grabbed my Gaga Bobo, stuffed a corner under my nose, shoved my thumb back into my mouth.‘Tracing the Blue Light’: Read Chapter 1 of Eileen Cronin’s ‘Mermaid’
April 8, 2014
Did Gaga just miss her old tricks or is there something else going on here?The Return of Lady Gaga’s Outrageous Fashion
April 2, 2014
Luckily for Gaga, Donatella must have thought it looked so perfect on the songstress that she allowed her to keep it.Kim Kardashian Has a $5k Booty Tailor; Donatella Versace Gifts Couture Crystal Headpiece to Lady Gaga
The Fashion Beast Team
January 22, 2014
Normally, Gaga would be working with the giant teddy bears, not getting dwarfed by them.Has Lady Gaga Fallen From Her Throne?
November 26, 2013
The sight of Gaga moved him; his eyes did not leave her again.
Gaga opened the door in astonishment and disappeared for a moment.
“I would like to have him remain,” said Gaga, much to the amazement of the boys.
When he found that Gaga 251 had indeed stolen the necklace he went after him.
Then Gaga got the necklace and got out of the house during the excitement.
- senile; doting
- slightly crazy
Word Origin and History for gaga
"crazy, silly," 1920, probably from French gaga "senile, foolish," probably imitative of meaningless babbling.