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Scottish way of saying yes.
Oohhh aye, 'at lass is pure gantin.
by JrnymnNate January 24, 2003
a word to express happiness or to get someones attention.
Aye! JDee finally here yall!ayee
by tutieb May 08, 2009
typically used when black people get very excited about something.

black guy 1: YO, I slammed Shanique in the bathroom at Tyrone's party!
black guy 2: AYEEEE !
by kfoxxxy January 20, 2009
Pronounced 'A' not 'eye'

- Can be used as a question, replacing "Really?"
- Used when you want somebody else's opinion on a statement you've made
- Used to exaggerate your agreement with something someone else has said
"I heard that Willy blew Mr James." "Aye?!"

"She's a bitch, aye?"

"Greg's really ugly!" "I know aye!"
by gezana March 25, 2008
dumb idiots who get crunk
aye that sound fye.
by BekkerShoeGame November 02, 2014
She is Pi + cos 14.
Aye: Hey, man. What's Pi + cos 14?
Mari: Aye, you idiot!
by anthologygirl February 22, 2010
Form one (Ei, Ai, Aye - by itself):

Ei (eventually changed to Ai in middle English and Aye in modern English)

Used to confirm which group has a majority in a decision. It should never be the reply of an individual unless that person is representing a group. An example would be when a group votes yes or no. When the vote is counted if more votes are yes then the person representing the group would respond "Ei". In reference to the modern British use of the word, when the Vikings used to raid the coastlines they would take people prisoner to become conscripts, the crew would vote to kill the person or make them part of the crew. If they voted to make them part of the crew the reply to the captain would be a single "Ei"

It is important to note the word does not mean "Yes".

It simply means the majoirty or a group confirms or agrees.

This term when used correctly is directly related to Aye-Aye or Ei Ei. Also, see Y-Aye-Man
"Captain": Does the crew accept this man, as a brother in life?

"Crew representive": Aye (Ei)

by claymuir September 21, 2005
1. noun A word used (as capitalizing and italicizing are ineffective) in place of "I" when it becomes necessary to emphasize or highlight the concept (esp. in email communication).
“Look, I don’t know who sent that email about your raging gonorrhea, all I know is that AYE had nothin’ to do with it.”
by Amanda March 23, 2005
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