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A Swahili word used in expressing anger, surprise, appreciation, situation, person, thing, mood, disbelief or frustration. Usually comes before or after a phrase.

In East Africa it is commonly used to show acknowledgment and as an exclamation of surprise.
Aisee! The way Nasri kept in that screamer; 28-yards-away, top left corner... absolute class!

Aisee, I love me some salamis.

Eto'o is a real talent. You can't argue Aisee.
by Olegooner June 17, 2011
A Swahili word used in expressing anger, surprise, appreciation, situation, person, thing, mood, disbelief or frustration. Usually comes before or after a phrase.

In East Africa it is commonly used to show acknowledgment and as an exclamation of surprise.
Aisee! The way Nasri kept in that screamer; 28-yards-away, top left corner... absolute class!

Aisee, I love me some salamis.

Eto'o is a real talent. You can't argue Aisee.
by Olegooner June 17, 2011

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