"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
Formerly known as a suffix used in words, -ish is now added to many words and verbs in parts of sentences or just used by itself to express something that is contradictory in nature to the preceeding sentence.
"That kid is completely straight" (when the person is very blatantly gay)

"...ish" (used to contradict that sentence and express the idea that he is, in fact, gay)
by JRJ April 01, 2003
used instead of the word shit
i have so much ish to do today
by tiffonya June 20, 2005
When you have feelings for two opposing answers.
Friend: Do you like my t-shirt?
You: Ish. It doesn't really look good on you.
by desi_ray May 31, 2005
when something is reallly nasty
"the dinner was ISH!"
by Harry Potter March 04, 2005
To be similar to something, not quite an exact explanation of something.
"Are they dead?" "Deadish"
by CoffeeZombie February 16, 2005
The shit, the best, the hottest
Candy Godoy is the ish
by Daniele Melia February 07, 2004
a substitute word for any noun, adjective, or verb needing replacement ina drug deal.
I got the ish from ish but it's all ished up.
by Smokey Jou Magruder December 31, 2002

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