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A GNE, or "Good News E-mail" is an e-mail sent by a university or potential employer expressing interest in a candidate without actually extending an offer. This sort of thing usually causes additional stress for the applicant and does not always end up an acceptance or offer.
The University of LaLaLand sent me a GNE but I still have no idea if I'm actually in. Now I don't know what else to do besides think about Lalaland.
by Eh Bee March 04, 2010
Good night and everything. :)) When chatting online or texting with someone special, instead of saying "good night" followed by "i miss you", "i love you", "sweet dreams", "sleep tight", "God bless" and all that stuff; GNE makes it much easier since it means like, everthing! haha. also, it is a much discreet way of showing affection to someone if you really don't have the guts to. note: i made this up by myself. :P

**if you have a boyfriend/girlfriend and u really wanna be romantic, affectionate and all that, i reckon u should still spell out ILY. since it is a very meaningful three-word-sentence. :P
me: gnyt, ily, swt dreams, etc.
him: gnyt, ily, swt dreams, etc. *in whole words*
me: GNE! haha. it means good night and everything! so we don't have to include all those other greetings. :P
him: oh okay. GNE too!
by littlemiss_sunshine February 08, 2008
the sound that a penguin makes
At the zoo today, the penguins would not shut up; all you hear all day was gne, gne, gne!
by Jebus February 26, 2003
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