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What does the interjection ぎゃほ mean?

Context:
A: We are mentioned in (famous newspaper)
B: ぎゃほ! かんどう====333

Does it have the meaning of かんどう ? Or is it surprise, or something else?

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"ぎゃぼ" is one of the unique interjections used by Noda Megumi (野田恵), the main protagonist of the manga, anime and j-drama "Nodame Cantabile" (のだめカンタービレ) when she is surprised. She also uses "むきゃ" when irritated.

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so ぎゃほ is a variation? –  Pacerier Jul 20 '11 at 10:58
    
Probably. Also ぎゃぽ, ぎゃぼん, ぎゃぽん etc –  Lukman Jul 20 '11 at 11:42
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