Function: verb, expression
Inflected Form(s): aaaahym; ahym·ing \ˈdiz-ahymmiŋ\
Etymology: North Philadelphia : daym \ Yiddish : ahymsloat
Date: 12th century
1 : to condemn to a punishment or fate; especially : to condemn one to a grill clapping.
2 : an expression of suprise, disappointment, shock, or indignation, usually followed by a long sigh.
1. RON : "Ahym you cuddy, I thought you said 6 for $50.00."
ROM : "Sorry man, he won't q it, but I will toss you 5 at midnight once the check goes into my account."
2. JIM : "Yo you snatch up them 80's?"
GYM : "Yea but dude..., I flushed them down the toilet, we need to quit man. I'm thinking about rehab."
JIM : "...AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHYM. Choooooo."