What does ONNA stand for?

Oh no, not again

If you see the term ONNA in a text or online chat, it’s used by someone who is frustrated or annoyed. It’s short for “oh no, not again.” This typically means that you, or somebody you’re connected with, has made a mistake or repeated an irritating action.

There are a variety of situations that might motivate someone to send you a message with ONNA. These are not limited to specific events, and can happen in any context where the sender feels a sense of frustration or exasperation due to a recurring issue or mistake.

Example for using ‘ONNA’ in a conversation

Friend: Ugh, I just spilled coffee all over my shirt. ONNA!

You: Oh no, not again! That’s the second time this week. πŸ˜…

Friend: Yeah, I’m such a klutz. Can’t catch a break. ONNA!

You: Haha, it happens to the best of us. Maybe it’s time to invest in a spill-proof cup! πŸ€”