Jamaican slang for 'heights', used in conscious speeches.
I'm reaching higher ites.
same as aight, okay, that's cool, etc.
That's ite, I'll catch ya later.
A greeting, and a reply to that greeting.
Comes from 'alright'
As in 'Are you Alight?' 'Yeah, I'm alright'
Gets shortened to 'Ite?' 'Ite.'
Bill Bailey at the start of every show he does: 'Ite'
-slang for alright
-affirmative response to a question
Person 1 - "Where are we going tonight?"
Person 2 - "Monday's."
Person 1 - "Ite."
acronym for In This Economy, referring to the economic crisis of 2008-09.
ITE breaking even is the new profitability.
1. the heights
2. a greeting
3. the color red (1) great (2)
4. another word for irie. Or you use it to mean "OK" as in when someone asks you to do something
for you, you would reply, "Ites."
Rasta #1: Pass the dutchie pon di left-and side.
Rasta #2: ites mi bredren.
Rasta#1: "Getcho rhatid raggamuffin batty out of di guttah and up to di ites witcha bredren."
Rasta #2: "An a jus Lass nite mi dideh."
This word is used as an alternative to "alright"
yeh ite manz
ill be at ur crib
in 2 mins