eh-Mi walked into a wall.
eh-Mi was effusive as she talked about Band:)
Filipino slang for female, derrived from the Tagalog word, "Babae" (ba-ba-eh).
That 350z would look fly with me and mi bebop.
English: manko is someone who don't have one leg.
Portuguese: manko eh alguem ki nao tem perna porra! =D mehhhhh sensacional
-oh, I lost mi leg in a war.
-cala a boca o fdp, perdi minha perna na gurra véiu...
eh-mi-gawd. oh my god. typically said by middle schoolers who are really ditzy, most people say it like omigawd.
Gina: Emigawd she did not just flirt with him!
Commonly used as a derogatory insult against a person from, or resident of The Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
FACT:they pronounce 'three' as 'tree'.
FACT:they say "eh" a lot too.
Lower Peninsula of MI Guy; "get the fuck outta my driveway!!"
Uuper Guy; "Eh uh, ya know I was just bring ya a bunt cake, eh?"
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1. A man who has got the music of Jamaica into the mainstream world.
2. A man who has perfectly working vocal cords. the effect of atmospheric conditions, local climate and evolution works together to cause an effect known to the world known as an accent. This is a change in vocal pitch, some stereotypes are- Japanese people might sound phoenetically like "oooh ya ching ching cho." British- Oi Mate! you beh-a change yoor clothes twat" and Jamaican- "aiii mon, mi put the dutty pon de floor"
3. A man who got into the music industry at a very young age and has experienced a wide range of music.
4. Is a Dancehall/Ragga DJ.
5. One of the truer Jamaican representations of the style of music that suits the lifestyle and culture of the islands that it orginates from.
6. Comes from a Third World Country, although grew up as a middle class citizen.
7. Is of Jamaican/Chinese and Portugese Descent.
8. Finally- The reason why they play him a lot at clubs and dancehalls---Most people who are Tonedeaf or have terrible voices usually cannot understand the words from another country, hence they cannot sing along (like a campfire cult) to the music, so the people on the dancefloor can dance in peace, without some opie trying to sing their lungs out to a song out of their vocal range