What does W007 mean?


W007 is a l33t version of the word “woot”, a term that’s similar to saying “Yay!” or “Hooray!” It’s often used in situations of excitement, such as after winning a tough game online or passing a test.

W007 is written in l33t, a type of language often used by gamers and hackers on the internet. In this language, numbers and symbols that look like letters are used to replace the actual letters. For example, in this case, “007” is used to replace “oot”. L33t language was first used by users of bulletin board systems (BBS) in the 1980s to talk about topics they weren’t allowed to discuss openly.

The exact origin of the term ‘woot’, which ‘W007’ is based on, is not certain. Some people think it came from phrases like “wow, loot!” or “wondrous loot” used in video games like Dungeons and Dragons. Others think it might have originated from the hip-hop phrase “Whoot, there it is” from the early 1990s. Or, it could have been derived from the acronym “WOOT”, which stands for “We Owned (the) Other Team”.

You’ll mostly come across ‘W007’ being used by gamers and hackers online. However, it’s also sometimes used in text messages or emails. Besides ‘W007’, you might also see it written as “w00t”, “w00+”, or “wewt”.

Example for using ‘W007’ in a conversation

Hey! Guess what? I passed my math test! W007! πŸŽ‰

That’s awesome! Congratulations! W007! πŸ™Œ

Thanks! I studied so hard for it. W007! πŸ˜„

I knew you could do it! W007! πŸŽ‰