A girl's name meaning many things in several languages.
Can be spelled many ways, and may itself be a variant.
Alya, Aliah, Aliegha, Aliya, Aliyah, Alyia, Alea, Aleiah; almost any way works.
The pronunciation varies from person to person.
Hebrew: Noble, Ascend
Arabic: Sky, Heaven, Loftiness, Sublime
As you can see from the meanings, Alia (and any variation) is pretty kickass name to have.
Alia Atreides is also a pretty kick ass character from the Dune series.
Alia (and variants) is a pretty awesome name. How else can you be exalted, noble, all, sublime, and heaven at once?
: You can't.
Anon: Your username is LovetteCher why the heck would you care about the name Alia?
! I'm named after Alia Atreides!
A JAPANESE character representing the syllable "zu". It is not by itself a word.
Used as a smiley in various places online.
i gtg, cya ヅ
"Don't Even Know", a variation on "idk
Supposedly started by a blogger on sarcasticindiefucks.tumblr.
idk-> I don't know
idek-> I don't even know
dek-> Don't even know.
For the linguistically adventurous, it can also be used as a verb.
Also, see the variation on a variation, dec
I don't even know.
She doesn't know.
They don't know, they have no idea.
I didn't even know!
Ellipsis people, more succintly "ellipsists", are Internet citizens with a distinctive writing style. Whenever and wherever possible, they will abuse and misuse the period key. Despite their apparent liking for this specific form of punctuation, ellipsis people almost never use it correctly, sometimes typing ten or more periods at a time, and often settling for two. Some end almost every single sentence in a text with this favored device.
The reasons for this are unknown. It is speculated that they believe the ellipsis adds an air of mystery or intelligence to their post. This second point can be confusing, as many ellipsis folk are awful spellers, and often unable to make use of even basic logic. It may represent the ellipsist's own speaking style, perhaps reflecting a quiet voice, or a tendency to trail off.
All that can be said for sure, is that it is really fucking annoying.
"u think u no sum1 :) but thn.... thay go n brake ur hrt ;( ppl r so mean.................................. and i just dont no y :C"
"WHY CANT YOU SEE WHAT IAM TRYING TO SAY......? I AM MAKING IT AS CLAER AS POSSIBLE AN D STILL YOU DONT UNDERSTAND.....! ITS SOOOOOOOO SIMPLE....YOU MUST BE VERY DUMB.."
"ellipsist pls go"
Usually appears on YouTube videos (in the annotations) or wherever both "liking" and "disliking" is possible.
A request from the author to keep the number of likes and dislikes even. Possibly a Fuck You! to the Like System.
l Keep the equilibrium, bitches! l
475 Likes 501 Dislikes
"I said KEEP IT."
556 Likes 556 Dislikes
"dec" has yet another meaning, "don't even care".
This is an offshoot of dek
, "don't even know", which is itself an offshoot of idk
, and a cousin to idc
It can be used in many of the same ways as dek
, but for certain reasons (they sound the same when spoken), it isn't a good idea to use it as a single word when speaking.
Not dek, dec! D-E-C. I said I D-E-C.
A combination of ascii
, this is a name for such symbols as
35rge3hg45: "fac ur chat"
) Asdf: "Nice asciinises."
Asdf has banned 35rge3hg45.