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Neh
A word used to express anger, happiness, or just to annoy people. Most people are frequently annoyed by this word.
Aubree: hey wats up?

Breanna: NEH. :)

Aubree: wow, u seem so happy today! Well, Nehh to you too.
by awesome person13 May 16, 2009
 
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Neh
Derived either from Ender's Game or the streets of Winona, 'neh' is an interrogative statement meaning "isn't that so?". It also goes well with any other adopted lingo from Battle School graduates originating from Ender's jeesh. More often used in non verbal communication (e.g. instant messaging, email), 'neh' is a not well known term.
It be the best, neh?
by Katy Eng December 25, 2004
 
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Neh
Largely used in Japan at the end of a sentence as a way of saying, "right?" or "isn't that so?" among other things. The book Shogun used it frequently, and it is commonly used in anime to this day.
People have no idea what this means most of the time, neh?
by Zuran November 08, 2010
 
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neh
The interjection "neh?" at the end of a sentence is equivalent to the Canadian "eh/hey?", or the British/Scots "innit?". Was invented neither by Orson Scott Card nor on the streets of Winona, Minnesota, but rather has been in the language for a good long time without too many people noticing. They still don't.

"Neh" is either a foreshortened loan of the French "n'est-ce pas?", or a direct loan of the Portuguese contraction "né?" (literally, "não é?"), which means the very same thing when placed at the end of a sentence. It is difficult to find any particular attribution to "neh" in English literature because it is vernacular and evolved as a spoken interjection, not to be written down.
A: Neh?
B: Eh.
by R0rd_Er337 February 22, 2009
 
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Neh
No. It is a way of saying no with a degree of disgust or negativity
A: Could you pass me that pen?

B: Neh!
by Russellnz July 27, 2005
 
5.
Neh
'Neh' is another way of saying no.
Miss, can I have a bib?
NEH!

Is it a good place to be?
Neh, it is not!

Brennan is dank, neh?
Yes he is.
by koosh420 January 27, 2014
 
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Neh
"The interjection "neh?" at the end of a sentence is equivalent to the Canadian "eh/hey?", or the British/Scots "innit?". Was invented neither by Orson Scott Card nor on the streets of Winona, Minnesota, but rather has been in the language for a good long time without too many people noticing. They still don't. "

- You are mostly correct, but Card isn't "inventing" Neh... his novels suppose a large influence of Portuguese upon the street vernacular, and given the time-line of the novels, he did so quite a while ago. -
"Haven't you heard?" said another boy, a Launchy from a younger group. "Word's out that any Launchy who comes to your practice sessions won't ever amount to anything in anybody's army. Word's out that the commanders don't want any soldiers who've been damaged by your training."

Ender nodded.

"But the way I brain it," said the Launchy, "I be the best soldier I can, and any commander worth a damn, he take me. Neh?"

"Eh," said Ender, with finality.
by Mr-2-Fister May 15, 2011
 
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neh
very similar to meh, but in negative indifference.

originated by the creator of the interjection meh
John: So, do you want to go to the movies saturday?

Jane: Neh, I'm probably doing something then



"neh, I don't really care what you do, but doesn't sound like a good idea to me."
by Ster July 31, 2004