Type: noun, adverb, adjective
What does Hella mean?
Very, really, a lot.
Origin: Hella was created in the San Francisco Bay Area as a shortened word from the phrase “hell of a lot”. Hella is used to mean “very”, “really”, or “a lot”.
Example sentence: “We were in the club with hella guap and thots.”
Hella in songs:
“I need all this cash, I got hella kids” – Young Thug, pick up the phone.