Used of foreigners and tourists in Japan meaning anything and everything except no.
Cab driver: (In Japanese) So, where may I take you?
A salutation, friendly hello
After Peter entered, Kijuna greeted him with a friendly hai.
Salutations often used by illiterate Lolcatz.
Lolcat1: Oh hai! i can haz cheezburger?
'Yes' in Japanese, also a textual sigh used in some places, especially in Singapore.
Also, Haiz and Haix. (Freaky variations by adding X and Z's)
- Japanese -
Dad: Get off your computer and do your homework.
- Sighing -
Dad: Get off your computer and do your homework!
Cantonese equivalent for English 'cunt'. Usually used with adjective 'chau'/'chow' (smelly). Pronounced with high note ending.
Also means 'Yes' in Cantonese if pronounced another way(!!!). The 'yes' pronunciation has a low note ending.
Not to be confused in pronunciation with Japanese 'Hai' (Yes/Affirmative). The Japanese pronunciation is short and abrupt.
- 'Diu nia ma chau hai' - Fuck your mother's smelly cunt.
- Are you a foreigner who is mispronouncing 'yes' with 'cunt'? - "Hai"
1. A Vietnamese common male's name.
2. A weird way of saying 'hi' in English.
3. Japanese for saying yes.
1. Hai, will you do your homework?
2. Hai guys!
3. Person 1: Are you gonna publish some Urban Dictionary definitions?
Person 2: Hai, Person 1.
Japanese for "yes." Can also mean "okay" or used to answer a roll call.
A way gays use to say hello. instead of using Hi.
Hai friend. how are you?