word from ancient indian script that now has since become a colloquial term in our society. its meaning was first described by a historical settler in one of the early southern settlements of the united states. it was translated on may 9th, 1865 by an indian princess known only as saragawea. she described it as a term meaning "<:3", which in the seminole language means squid affection or for a better understanding-I love you; love; undying affection for.
un galu poronku keyk djoo un ihachu.
for you, I have nothing but ihachu.
by mr. cumberdale May 09, 2010

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