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19.
well, it can mean anything, mostly an agreement.
"Yo im gonna go smoke a bowl then manke sweet love to your girlfriends mom"

"Werd G"

by Swat23 January 03, 2006
 
1.
Werd \werd\ interj (ca.1960) {a slang term whose origin is based on the remembrance of WERD; the first black-owned radio station, based out of the Masonic building in Atlanta, Georgia, owned and operated between 1949-1968 by Jesse B. Blayton and a means of media exposure for Dr. Martin Luther King} 1: a statement within itself of agreement and power
"Remember this?" Jack said, pointing to a picture. Joe says, "werd." "That was a crazy time, huh? I'll bet we could do that again." Joe says, "werd."
by Jeff Earle March 23, 2006
 
2.
I agree.
"Dude thats pretty cool."
"Werd"
by Big Dick McGruff April 07, 2003
 
3.
1. What you say to sound interested or to avoid talking to someone annoying.
2. Used in replacement for "oh" or "really" ; when surprised.
3. Used when something funny was heard.
4. Used when something is phat or really kool.
5. Agreeing with what someone just said.
1. Annoying person: Yo dawg wassup?
You: werd
-or-
Annoying person: I'm so fucking wasted dawg!
You: werd

2. Someone: Yo dawg, I just got a hott system that cost madd cash!
You: Werd?!
3. Someone: Yo, this fat bitch was talkin' madd shit about me. So I smacked that bitch up!!
You: hahaha, werd
4. You: Yo, dat system in yo car is madd werd yo.
5. Someone: Yo the bitch is so stupid!
You: Werd man, she is.
by pAtmOthAFnpRIcE March 24, 2003
 
4.
Deriving from the American character "word," werd is an acknowledement of what a fellow person has said. It will sometimes come after a laugh, just letting them know you accept what they're saying.
Friend 1: "Hey! You see that fly chicken over there?"
Friend 2: "Werd!! You see her friend?"
by Will Finley August 01, 2003
 
5.
An acronym for the phrase "Well Expressed Rational Declaration."
Guy: "Man, that woman certainly has an amazing figure, old chap."

Other Guy: "WERD"
by basementaljack August 04, 2010
 
6.
Originally deriving from the Bronx phrase "word up" (as heard in Cameo's 1990 hit of the same name), this Internet variation has taken storm in a similar fashion.

The contraction "word" was also heavily used, and the only real difference between the Bronx variant and the Internet one is its spelling.

1. Can be used as a greeting
2. Can be used as a positive response
3. Can be used as a confirmation request
1:
Person 1: "Yo"
Person 2: "Werd"

2:
Person 1: "You want a meatshake?"
Person 2: "Werd, I love meatshake!"

3:
Person 1: "He gave me the wrong shake!"
Person 2: "Werd?"
by VaderCoW August 26, 2005
 
7.
yeah
"I was sleep walking mom?"
"Werd, yo, you was in the kitchen!"
by Meredith August 27, 2003