Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Jeepers"

The meaning of "Jeepers" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa Jeepers Creepers?
A: Es una expresión cursi que se utiliza cuando se está sorprendido o molesto. También es el nombre de una película y una canción.
Q: O que significa Jeepers creepers ?
A: it is a North American phrase meaning alarm or surprise
Q: O que significa Jeepers creepers?
A: Its something people say when they encounter something surprising. It's the same thing as "jesus christ!" or "oh my god!" Jeepers Creepers is also a horror movie. Most people don't use Jeepers Creepers anymore though.

Synonyms of "Jeepers" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre Jeepers! e Dear god! ?
A: Jeepers = Light hearted tone. Nobody says this

Dear god = Response to something intense happening

Other questions about "Jeepers"

Q: I know that "Jeepers Creepers" is basically a euphemism for "Jesus Christ" (like an exclamation of shock or surprise or whatever). But what is the origin? Who was the genius that came up with these two words?
A: Jeepers creepers came into fashion in the United States in the 1920s or 1930s as an alternative to exclaiming “Jesus Christ!” That makes it something called a minced oath, which is a euphemistic version of a profanity.
Q: I know that "Jeepers Creepers" is basically a euphemism for "Jesus Christ" (like an exclamation of shock or surprise or whatever). But what is the origin? Who was the genius that came up with these two words?
A: A "creeper" is someone who creeps (up on something or someone). As far as I know there is no such thing as a jeeper. People (used to) think up replacements for expressions that are considered offensive or blasphemous. Jesus Christ = cheese and crackers. Hell = "h" "e" double hockey sticks; heck. Shut the front door! What the filp? and so on

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