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24.
Hai
Hai is the spelling for 'Hi' used by children under twenty years of age who are trying to appear more Japanese but unknowingly don't realize it already means 'yes' in Japanese.
Western kid: Hai! I like Naruto.

Japanese guy: そうですか?
by ayono October 19, 2012
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1.
hai
A salutation, friendly hello
After Peter entered, Kijuna greeted him with a friendly hai.
by Kijuna January 16, 2004
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2.
Hai
Salutations often used by illiterate Lolcatz.
Lolcat1: Oh hai! i can haz cheezburger?
by Jim Basinger April 06, 2010
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3.
hai
'Yes' in Japanese, also a textual sigh used in some places, especially in Singapore.

Also, Haiz and Haix. (Freaky variations by adding X and Z's)
- Japanese -
Dad: Get off your computer and do your homework.

Son: Hai!

- Sighing -
Dad: Get off your computer and do your homework!

Daughter: *Hai*..
by One Urban Muffin February 15, 2004
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4.
hai
Cantonese equivalent for English 'cunt'. Usually used with adjective 'chau'/'chow' (smelly). Pronounced with high note ending.

Also means 'Yes' in Cantonese if pronounced another way(!!!). The 'yes' pronunciation has a low note ending.

Not to be confused in pronunciation with Japanese 'Hai' (Yes/Affirmative). The Japanese pronunciation is short and abrupt.
Cunt - 'Diu nia ma chau hai' - Fuck your mother's smelly cunt.

Yes - Are you a foreigner who is mispronouncing 'yes' with 'cunt'? - "Hai"
by Durian March 26, 2004
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5.
Hai
1. A Vietnamese common male's name.

2. A weird way of saying 'hi' in English.

3. Japanese for saying yes.
1. Hai, will you do your homework?

2. Hai guys!

3. Person 1: Are you gonna publish some Urban Dictionary definitions?

Person 2: Hai, Person 1.
by MisaTange July 09, 2009
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6.
hai
Japanese for "yes." Can also mean "okay" or used to answer a roll call.
Teacher: Smith!
Smith: Hai!
by Sita Snape May 02, 2003
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7.
hai
Husein's gay way of saying hi
Husein: hai
Person1: hi *omg ur so gay*
by -PoLiTiCaLLy--iNcOrrEcT January 13, 2005
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