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What Does ‘Wom’ Mean On TikTok?

What Does ‘Wom’ Mean On TikTok?

Another new phrase is sweeping through TikTok.

Not a day goes by without a new word or trend sweeping through TikTok and the latest one to have users baffled is the word ‘Wom.’ 

TikTok videos with the hashtag #Wom have been viewed more than 17 million times at the time of this article’s publication. The phrase is open to several interpretations. Here’s what we’ve found.

What does ‘Wom’ mean on TikTok and who started it?

According to HITC, 17-year-old Australian content creator going by the username AvaJC and 18-year-old YouTuber Cealion claim to have started the trend together.

In some instances, ‘Wom’ is an acronym being used by Minecraft gamers. However, others suggest it means 'word of mouth marketing.' Neither of those really make sense and the only people who know for sure what it means are its creators, who aren't revealing anything yet.

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AvaJC has nearly 87,000 subscribers on YouTube, 2.2 million followers on TikTok, and 147,000 Twitch subscribers. She said she’ll reveal the meaning of ‘Wom’ once she reaches 200,000 subscribers on either YouTube or Twitch.

The teen is also chasing a Guinness World Record. She hopes to become the owner of the most commented-on TikTok post.

Cealion has nearly 196,000 followers on TikTok, 6,400 subscribers on Twitch, and 1,700 subscribers on YouTube. 

Cealion said in a video on TikTok that she and AvaJC “begun the Wom army” on 15th September. She describes herself in her bio as the “co-founder of Wom, potato enthusiast and lover of all things green.”

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But that still doesn’t explain exactly what it means. Guess we’ll just have to wait for AvaJC to reach her target following.

Featured Image Credit: Unsplash/Solen Feyissa

Topics: TikTok