9 definitions by Simjob

ah?
Another word from the Core in High Wycombe, England. This one is an Alger original. It has many uses but primarily used as a greeting between select people. It's also used as a radar device i.e. someone will shout 'ah?' and others will reply 'ah?' so you can tell where each other are in a crowded room or something. However, similar to words like 'safe', it can be used in many situations and its meaning adapts itself to different situations.
Alger: "Ah?"
Jo: "Safe mate, how you doing?"
or
Alger: "Ah?"
*waits for response*
Colin: "Ah?"
*Alger is now aware of Colin's position*
by Simjob March 30, 2005

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Core language from High Wycombe. Comes from the word 'safe' but is extended to convey extra meaning. Comes vaguely from German to mean 'safe my brother'.
Simjob: "Here, have a free Subway."
SaxWan: "Safety mein bruder."
by Simjob March 30, 2005

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