Top Definition
the filipino way to get someones attention
Hoy.....where did my lumpia go?
by Anonymous October 14, 2003
Term used as a verb in Newcastle dialect. Means 'to throw' or 'throw out'.
"hoy that over here." means "throw that over here"
"hoy it!" means "put it in the bin"
by hgf December 08, 2004
1. What Filipinos use to call someone's attention. Usually said in a loud voice. Similar to Hey!, only with greater force.

2. Norse word meaning "high island", Hoy is one of the Orkney Islands, which is near Britain.

Whoever who said Holla, please. Hoy is way more better because hoy is MUCH MORE Filipino, rather than Holla, which is severely retarded.

Heh heh heh, conform to ghetto azn STYLE </sarcasm>. HAH.
1. Hoy Jimbo! Uwi!

2. I'd like to visit Hoy.
by Welp June 20, 2004
The Filipino way of saying "Hey!" but can be expressed sometimes in objection, if you're going to call someone's attention (negatively or positively).
Hoy! Andito ako! (Hey! I'm over here!)
Hoy, gaga ka! Sino may sabi sayong nadapa ako sa kanto?! (Hey, you idiot! Who told you I tripped at the corner?!)
by kei_blue October 05, 2003
Contact, call, get in touch. It can also mean 'call out to get someone's attention'. The word is used in the Australian expression 'give (someone) a hoy'.
"I'l be working in the next room. Give us a hoy when you're finished packing these boxes."

"If you have any questions, just give me a hoy on my mobile."

"As soon as I find out more information, I'll give you a hoy."
by rafracia May 20, 2009
The high-pitched sound one makes at somebody who is complaining about stupid shit so to irritate them even more.
Friend 1: Dude come on! I called shot gun! This isn't fair!

Friend 2: Hoy! Hoy! Hoy! Shot gun! I called it! Hoy!
by TheBoysHoy January 17, 2012
Hoy is a slang term used to politely remind an individual that they are repeating a story that they have already told you. The root of this stems from a conversation someone had with an acquaintance shortly after having a medical procedure involving conscious sedation using an injectible amnesiac (midazolam). This individual kept repeating the same story over and over the key word of the story was about project of "hoy" construction. Without recollection this individual had mentioned the story 5 times on the car-ride home.
Whenever someone begins to tell you a story for the second time you can politely say "hoy" to remind them you have heard it before.
by OEM March 28, 2007
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