When you wanna hi-5 somebody who is to far away, you do so on a Wi-Fi(ve) signal.
Dervied from the words Wi-Fi and Hi-5.
"Great shot man"
"Thanks man, Wi-Fi(ve)"
word of the day: December 11, 2007
It's a high five that doesn't involve actually contact, normally over a long distance where a real high-five isn't possible.
Mix of "wireless" and "high-five", hence "wi-five", (wireless high-five)
Iain (yelling across the room): Dude, that mess was teh pwnz. Wi-five, brosef
Eric (in response): You need to chill with that nano
when you see someone across the room but can't get to them so you raise your hands like a high-five but don't touch because of the distance. derived from wi-fi and high five. a wireless high five.
A long-distance high-five, often referred to as an "air-five". Commonly used when a friend is too far away to reach and slap some skin, such as in a crowded party, on the dance floor, car-to-car, or in class.
Hey man, lay it on me... *holds up hand for high-five*. Oh you're sick? Well just Wi-Five me then.
a nerdy way of saying "air five"
which is the true definition of a high five done when two people are too far apart to physically engage in a "high five"
John: I just got a Wii! Awesome!
Mack: High five!
John: You are too far away...
John: NO! Air five! hells yeah....
A wifi high-five (wireless) - the upgrade to the bluetooth high five
That's awesome bro!! WiFive!!!
Giving someone a virtual high-five via email or other Internet based format in appreciation of a noteworthy achievement or action. Giving some "props" over the internet
A group of friends are sharing a lengthy email discussion throughout the day and one person emails a particularly enjoyable (for the rest of the group) insult to one member of the group and the other participants send wi-fives to the insulting party praising her wit.