Equivalent to "pwn
," but much more l33t
. The term "pwn" was originally a typo for "own
" (p is next to o on the keyboard); "ywn" is a repetition of that same typo, but using a Dvorak
keyboard (y is next to p in you are typing with a Dvorak
keyboard layout). Dvorak is much more l33t than Qwerty
-- hence "ywn" is more l33t than "pwn."