Slang used by people who are phonetically challenged and are not versed with the teachings of yoga. Or they are drunk at the time and it is pronounced,

Word of the Day: Namaste
Used in a sentence:

My friend: "you going out tonight"?
Me: "Namaste My Ass At Home"
yoga slang drunk lonely funny phonetics Ebonics namaste
by Funny 4 Real Real (F42R) January 30, 2016
The hippie version of Yolo.
I'm going skydiving today. Namaste!
by xinfernox May 14, 2015
A super chill tune by The Beastie Boys. Track 20 and the last track on the album "Check Your Head".

A butterfly floats on the breeze of a sun lit day
As I feel this reality gently fade away
Riding on a thought to see where it's from
Gliding through a memory of a time yet to come
Smoke paints the air
Swirling images through my mind
Like a whirlpool spin beginning to unwind
And I stand at the edge cautiously awaiting
As time slips by
Carefully navigating by the stars in the sky
And I sit
And I think to myself
And on the horizon the sun light begins to climb
And it seems like it's been so long since he shined
But I'm sure it was only yesterday

A cold chill of fear cut through me
I felt my heart contract
To my mind I brought the image of light
And I expanded out of it
My fear was just a shadow
And then I voice spoke in my head
And she said dark is not the opposite of light
It's the absence of light
And I thought to myself
She knows what she's talking about
And for a moment I knew
What it was all about.
by Mr. Corruption July 06, 2005
A Formal Greeting in India
Namaste Babugee
by PeoplesMind October 12, 2003
A term popularized by stoner hippies usually said while high. It basically means that they honor your spirit.
1: I'm trippin' balls man!

2: namaste bro, namaste.
by def'nguy September 05, 2012
"Hello" and "goodbye" in India. Like "aloha," but said while clasping both hands (like in prayer, I guess) in front of you.

A slightly more formal variant is "namaskar."
Going in: "Namaste."
Going out: "Namaste."
by Setsuna September 14, 2004
Buddhist word - said at the end of a mediation, along with "om shanti" - meaning peace be with you etc
Om shanti shanti shanti om
by Zharzi July 21, 2005

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