First letter on the alphabet.
a
by tumblranon1234 March 02, 2013
The "A" that kids/people use at the end of their words when they are pissed or in a shitty mood! Kids do thiis alot! So, when my kids are useing the "A" words I give it right back to them!
Gosh,mom"A"! I'm so mad"A"! I don't wanna go"A"! I am"A"! NO"A"! Stop it"A"! Geeze"A"! Whatever"A"! So I respond with...If"A" you"A" don't"A" stop"A" then"A" I am"A" gonna"A" spank your butt"A"!
by THE BOSS MOM February 05, 2010
1) The first letter of the English alphabet.

2) An article used to describe one non-specific object.
1) "A is the first letter of the alphabet"

2) "Could you get me a chair?"
by Psychic Jack September 10, 2003
Why are you looking up a letter? You should be studying.
You: I don't wanna write this fucking essay...

(goes to Urban Dictionary and eventually types in the first letter of the alphabet)
by ProProcrastinator December 04, 2011
–noun,pluralA's or As, a's or as.

A Nasdaq stock symbol specifying that the stocks are Class "A" shares of the company.

OR

1.
the first letter of the English alphabet, a vowel.
2.
any spoken sound represented by the letter A or a, as in bake, hat, father, or small.
3.
something having the shape of an A.
4.
a written or printed representation of the letter A or a.
5.
a device, as a printer's type, for reproducing the letter A or a.
—Idioms
6.
from A to Z, from beginning to end; thoroughly; completely: He knows the Bible from A to Z.
7.
not know from A to B, to know nothing; be ignorant.

OR

–indefinite article
1.
not any particular or certain one of a class or group: a man; a chemical; a house.
2.
a certain; a particular: one at a time; two of a kind; A Miss Johnson called.
3.
another; one typically resembling: a Cicero in eloquence; a Jonah.
4.
one (used before plural nouns that are preceded by a quantifier singular in form): a hundred men (compare hundreds of men); a dozen times (compare dozens of times).
5.
indefinitely or nonspecifically (used with adjectives expressing number): a great many years; a few stars.
6.
one (used before a noun expressing quantity): a yard of ribbon; a score of times.
7.
any; a single: not a one.

Also:

Origin:
ME; orig. preconsonantal phonetic var. of an1
A staff lay in the field.
by WordSource May 16, 2010
1.The first letter of the english alphabet: from Phenician aleph, through the hebrew aleph, Greek alpha, and roman A.

2. any sound of the letter a.

3. in chemestry argon (A).

4.One; any; some; each.
See article. the word or letter a.

by jacob ensign February 17, 2007
A commonly used word that I hate when people use incorrectly.

A comes before words that start with consonants. Not vowels. An comes before words that start with vowels.

also a word that you're stupid enough to look up on urban dictionary.
You: ur a asshole.
Me: Use proper grammar, idiot.
by this.is.my.pseudonym June 21, 2009
1) Indefinite article, see also the.
2) Random addition in a sentence, usually after I'm but before a verb
1) "Hey, a cat."
2) I'm a going to town
by Murgie March 30, 2005

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