1 definition by Jane Thomas

a colloquiaism from Liverpol that replaces 'very' or 'really'. It has evolved from Liverpudlians using the slang term 'pure' to mean the same thing, it then morphed to become pyar and then pyay.
"It's pyay hot in here"
"That exam was pyay hard"
by Jane Thomas August 11, 2007

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