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4.
Every third word used in the LA and Orange County areas of Southern California.
Like what time is it? Like I have no clue.

Like then I was like this and then I was like that and then I was like why are you looking at me like that and then she was like...

Like, OMG what are you doing?

Like, wtf language is that that they speak. Like, can you like answer like that like question?
by s6 July 05, 2005
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36.
Californian language used when addressing a person's remark.
She was like, "Hell no," and I was like, "Fo shizzy."
by Linda H. February 22, 2003
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37.
1. A Facebook "like" with added emphasis. Commonly known in response to a recognized prompt.

2. Similar to an Aaayy-mmmeeen!!, a common "shout" (see below) performed. Literally meaning 'truely' or 'it is so'. Very strong agreement.

3. shout : A 'shout' is both an individual thing and a thing of the gathered worshippers. While worshipping at a service or event, the worshipper starts to experience the presence of God, and it builds up inside until it can't be restrained and bursts forth in loud noises (whoops, stutters, short praise phrases and such, with raised arms and shaking hands) in praise to God. The noises are often followed by dancing, running, singing, or even fainting. There is no calm or quiet shout. In many African-American and Pentecostalist churches, it is an accepted and even cherished act of worship at certain times during the event or service. It becomes extra-special when people all over the sanctuary/auditorium/tent break out in shouts, losing themselves fully into praise. When that happens, it's full of both fun and joy.
ex.: "Can I get a like?"

"If you heard that, throw me a like!"

"Common y'all, give me a like!"
by K_Baby June 28, 2012
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38.
A spinoff of the facebook status response. It's the equivalent of seriously loving something, WIN, love it, YES, thumbs up, so much more than like.
Mortal Kombat!!!...Scorpion, Sub-Zero and Raiden. Uh, LIKE!
by runlikeahamster December 08, 2010
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39.
A common mispelling of 'liek'.
A: Like, this is cool.
B: You mean liek?
by liek_like February 04, 2010
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40.
'To be Like': Meaning 'To say'. Can be used in the past, present or future (just use 'was' or 'will be').
I was like 'How come?' and he was like 'My parents don't mind.'
by Arneneithel November 10, 2006
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41.
1) Used to describe a fondness of something.
2) To compare simalarities between things.
3) Overused by Americans in general conversation, losing all meaning.
1) Sally really likes cooking pasta.
2) Pamela Anderson is like the English Page 3 model Jordan.
3) "So I was totally like, you cannot do that, like, that's my song."
by cRaZy-HuNNii May 21, 2005
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42.
Like is like this word that like makes you like sound like really like stupid and like unsure of your self because your all like.... like.... like.... like.... like.... I don't know.... like.... you know, like.... you know.
Like eveyone like uses the word like... and like its always used like a little like.... incorrectly cuz like... its so overused
by soccerlover97 February 24, 2013
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