Alright, but with l and r replaced with an apostrophe.
AFRICAN AMERICAN INDIVIDUAL 1: yo nigga whats poppin homie?
WHITE GRAMMAR MAJOR: I'm a'ight.
A word used to confirm your subscription to the Urban Word of the Day by Urban Dictionary. It is a pronunciation of a less edgy syllable form of alright.
Retarded boy: "Unggh abbuba lallou ikki uoo."
Black guy: "Aight."
Originally referring to the australian way to say 'alrite', meanwhile gotten more and more popular in the US too. Especially introduced to the US by african-americans and surfer-dudes.
American: Dude, u gonna come surfing the mavs later?
Aussie: Aight mate, sounds like a plan.
From the word alright. The term 'alright', as well as meaning to 'be alright' can also be interpreted as another way of saying 'hello' or 'how are you?' (esp. in Ireland)
A (walking along the street): "Aight!"
B (on the other side of the road): "Aight Boyo, any craic?"
slang for alright
often used out of context
A: How you doin?
See ya later aight
Urban and popular way of saying all right.
person: Yo wanna hit the clubs later?
other person: Aight so i'll call you.
Shortened version of "alright". Popular on the west coast in recent years even though you can hear it in the 1990 comedy of "Jeff Foxworthy", in his CD "You Might Be A Redneck If..."
Keep your pants tied securely under your long t-shirt, or else you might trip and embarass yourself, 'aight?