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7 definitions by Diviana

 
1.
A Korean term that means older/big sister that females call a female relative or a older girl they a admire or respect. It is sometimes used as a honorific or to replace a person's name.
There are many variations on spelling like Unni, Eonni, Eonnie, Eunni, Eunnie, or onnie. The male version of this term is Nuna or Noona.
Sang-Hee is my Unnie. I really respect her.
by Diviana March 24, 2010
 
2.
A Korean term that means older/big sister that females call a female relative or a older girl they admire or respect. It is sometimes used as a honorific or to replace a person's name.
There are many variations on spelling like Eonnie, Eonni, Unnie, Eunni, Eunnie, or onnie. The male version of this term is Nuna or Noona.
Yoona-unni is so nice she helped me study for high school exams.
by Diviana March 24, 2010
 
3.
Appa is a Korean term for dad or daddy.
My appa and umma are too immature I feel like I'm their parent not the other way around.
by Diviana March 24, 2010
 
4.
A Korean term that means older/big sister that males call a female relative or a older girl they admire or respect. It is sometimes used as a honorific or to replace a person's name.A variation on spelling is Noona.

The female version of the word is Eonnie, Unni,Eonni, Unnie, Eunni, Eunnie, or onnie.
Sang-hee nuna is so pretty. She's smart, sporty, and a beautiful voice. I wish nuna would go out with me, but I found out she doesn't date any one younger than her.
by Diviana March 26, 2010
 
5.
A Korean term that means older/big sister that females call a female relative or a older girl they admire or respect. It is sometimes used as a honorific or to replace a person's name.
There are many variations on spelling like Unni, Eonni, Unnie, Eunni, Eunnie, or onnie. The male version of this term isNunaor Noona.
Eonnie,please help me with my homework.
by Diviana March 24, 2010
 
6.
A Korean term that means older/big sister that males call a female relative or a older girl they admire or respect. It is sometimes used as a honorific or to replace a person's name.A variation on spelling is Nuna.

The female version of the word is Eonnie, Unni,Eonni, Unnie, Eunni, Eunnie, or onnie.
Sang-hee noona is so pretty. She's smart, sporty, and a beautiful voice. I wish noona would go out with me, but I found out she doesn't date any one younger than her.
by Diviana March 26, 2010
 
7.
this is the Asian smile emoticon I created. It is based off the fact that a large majority of Asian people throw up a peace sign or two in pictures. In the emoticon it show two peace sign. It is use to express joy, happiness, etc.

A variation is V( ^.^ )V
Rose: Lol. Me and Jay went to the beach.
Lily: Nice you two make a cute couple.
Rose: He proposed.
Lily: Awwwwwwwwwwww. Aren't you happy?
Rose: v( ^.^ )v
by Diviana April 13, 2010