Top Definition
A cool little punctuation mark that represents an interrogative sentence that is also exclamatory. It is often missing in many fonts so it isn't used often. An alternative to the interrobang is "?!" or "!?".
You can write "‽" and it will come out as an interrobang!

Hey, what the hell is that supposed to mean(interrobang)
by FlareNUKE August 23, 2006
The scarcely used symbol of an exclamation mark overlapping a question mark- should be used instead of the quite common "?!" or "!?" at the end of sentences. Also unicode U+203d.
Examples of use:
Are you an alien(interrobang)
Am I adopted(interrobang)
Did you rob me(interrobang)

*See Image*
by Ruler of the Earth July 27, 2005
1. (n) The non-standard punctuation mark used to replace a "?!" at the end of a sentence. It looks like a question mark superimposed on an exclamation point.

2. (v) That thing you and your English professor did last semester when you wanted to get your grade up to an A+.
1. WHAT?!

2. Yeah, me and the prof. totally interrobanged.
by WWeb April 01, 2008
A symbol which is a combination of a question mark (?) and an exclamation point (!), used to end sentences which are both exclamations and questions.
The Red Sox came back and beat the Yankees(interrobang)
by Crovax of 404 January 19, 2005
In the midst of an intense interrogation, whence the interrogator and the interrogatee are caught in the deep, passionate thralls of interrogation, the two parties give in to the sexual tension and engage in hot, steamy coital relations.
Private Detective Jack: "Where were you on the night of tonight?!"

Jenna the Serial Rapist Killer: "Getting that nice night stick of yours." *Winks in slightly suggestive, albeit rapetastic way*

*Jack's zipper, as if caught in some elucidated trance, slides down and his member falls out. Interrobang ensues.*
by Z Nasty February 07, 2014
An archaic punctuation mark used to express inquisitive surprise.

A "what the fuck" mark.
This yogurt is how oldinterrobang
by Just Me. October 31, 2007
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