a statement of indifference
Proper Usage-

1) After any sentence

2) After any statement of any kind (i.e. angry statement, statement of love...)

3) Just about anywhere you feel like putting it.

4) Don't abuse the power of word. Use it properly. And randomly.

ex: Person 1: What did you do last night?
Person 2: Went to the movies. word.

Improper Usage-
ex: Person 1: What did you do last night?
word. Went to the word movies. word word.
by hurry October 18, 2006
A term meaning agreement and understanding between two or more persons. To prove that what you say is the truth and you can trust in what I say to you.
Do you fully understand what I am telling you? Word?
by Dophler September 24, 2008
Urban slang used to show a mutual approval between two or more parties.
"50 Cent got some fine bitches."
"Word."
by RomeDogg January 15, 2008
Genitalia.
Stop putting words in mouth guys!
Your words tear me up inside.
Use your words wisely.
I like using big words.

I have a way with words. ;)
by lolzwords November 18, 2010
In some religious masses (e.g. Roman Catholic), a section from the gospel is spoken aloud to the parish. At the conclusion of the scripture reading a chant is started by the priest. He says ‘The word of the lord’ and the congregation responds ‘thanks be to god’. The expression “word” is a truncation of that phrase and it is said in agreement to a statement – a statement that bears some resemblance to gospel. It is intended to elevate the previously said phrase to a higher standard of truth.

Related Expressions: “Peace” – also from Christian mass the phrase “Peace be with you” is exchanged between parishioners following the Our Father.
John: “She got some fine titties”

Response: “word” (elevates John's statement to higher truth.)
by B-Dub-007 April 26, 2010
a phrase originally meaning:
a) to agree with
b) without a doubt
c) true
Meaning A:
R: You know your momma's gonna have a fit when she finds that you burned down the house.
D: Word.

Meaning B:
R: Your father will hate you once he finds that you had an accident in his Lincoln that he only drives on Sundays.
D: Word.

Meaning C:
R: Is the sky blue?
D: Word.
by Merriweather July 13, 2006
Used instead of, "Thanks, you too" at the end of a conversation.
Person 1: "Be well, my friend."
Person 2: "Word."
by Pmoney710 March 30, 2010

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