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30.
ish
Suffix that can be added onto a phrase or word by another person to mean "kind of" or "not really." Can be also added onto the word or phrase by yourself after a long pause of reflection.
EXAMPLE #1:
Person a: Do you think these jeans make me look fat?
Person b: ... ish.
Person a: *punches Person b in the face*

EXAMPLE #2:
Person a: This sweater is totally white!
Person b: *puzzled look*
Person a: *walks into light and realizes the sweater is gray* Oh... ish.
by missjo5ie October 03, 2009
 
1.
ish
1. Slang term often used to replace "shit." Derived from the process of editing the vocals of rap-songs by revershing the curse words so said song could be played on radio or television.
"That's the dope ish"
by El-Keter July 26, 2002
 
2.
ish
Kind of/sort of, usually added onto the end of a word or phrase
well did it work?
Yes...ish
by Haydn Cartwright April 14, 2003
 
3.
ish
1. kind of, sort of.
2. Give or take a time period
1. That's what I meant to say... ish.
2a. Come over at 12-ish. (give or take an hour)
2b. Come over at 12:30-ish (give or take half hour)
2c. Come over at 11:10-ish (your choice; five minutes or ten)
by Sara M. Seanez July 03, 2005
 
4.
ish
slang term for the word "shit"
now ain't this some ish.
by Panama_Kanal August 25, 2003
 
5.
ish
"Ish" is used as a stand-in for "sort of" and "kind of," often tacked on to the end of a statement.
How was the opera?

It was good. Ish.


Did you like the sweater your Aunt Marcy knitted for you?

Eh..... ish.
by Sylvia J. Wei December 26, 2004
 
6.
1.) A suffix that makes any word or phrase more vauge.

2.) The ultimate generality, lacking any specificity or meaning whatsoever.
1.) Lets meet around 9-ish

2.) ...Ish?
by Matt June 15, 2004
 
7.
ish
word meaning kind of, sort of, or a little bit. can be tacked on to an existing word or used by itself.
1 ex: "that color is blue-ish"
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2 ex: -"are you hungry?"
-"ish."
by Kennedi Greene August 22, 2007