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Refers to Manhattan's "LOWER EAST SIDE"- A neighborhood in lower Manhattan that is overridden with hipsters, yupsters, and trustafarians. What used to be a somewhat dangerous and sketchy area of Manhattan is now being gentrified by white kids.

This area requires a ridiculous amount of rent for a shitty apartment. The yupsters prefer living in The Blue and other high rise condos.

If you live here, Ludlow is your main street, Whole Foods on Bowery is your grocery store, and you have beef with the hipsterkids in Williamsburg- unless you are dating one, which since a bridge is involved, is considered a "Long Distance Relationship" anyway, so you don't have to worry about hooking up with some one at Happy Endings or whatever the next MisShapes DJ set is.
Hipster: Yeah, I'm gonna stay around the L.E.S tonight- probably hit up the Darkroom, maybe check out The Annex, my friend's band is playing there.

Yuppie: I'm going to head down to the L.E.S this weekend and get some sweet hipster ass.

by hipper than thou July 23, 2008
 
1.
le
A common preposition that can be placed before any English word to make it French.
"I am le French" or "I am le cool"
by ricemond December 04, 2003
 
2.
le
A popular phrase used on the Internet by 9 year old kids that replaces the word "the".
"OMG, I am so le kool!! XDDD"

"LOL UMAD BRO le UMAD XDDDD Trolololololol"

"Le cool story bro"
by AnonymousXx July 10, 2012
 
3.
le
1. French article meaning "the."

2. Something dumb that hipsters on the internet use to make their statements or usernames more scene.
1. J'apprécie le petit gâteau.

2. LiveJournal username ____le_tragedy or something similar.
2a. xxxdisco: my boyfriend fingerbanged the salvation army cashier
electrikkkbang: le sigh, when you gonna dump his ass?
by penguinaut November 17, 2005
 
4.
LE
law enforcement in the escort world
the ho was cautious of LE.
by bmin June 05, 2003
 
5.
le
A Common Vietnamese last name.
Look in the phonebook to see how many 'Le' in your area.
by zuluone September 27, 2006
 
6.
le
An article in French that translates to "the." Used in front of singular, masculine nouns.
le chien, le cahier, le garcon.
by Litt June 09, 2005
 
7.
Le
1. Mandarin Chinese word used as a past tense marker. Pronounced "luh."
2. French word meaning 'the'.
1. "Ta men wo de jia lai le."
2. "Le cafe."
by Dominique July 04, 2005