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1. listen, listen up, listen here. Any one of those. Pronounce oh-yai or oh-jai, depending on the specific dialect of spanish the person is speaking.

2. Once mentioned on an interview meant close to the same meaning as chico.

3. Characterized in the jewish vernacular as to describe a state of stress or kind of like our saying 'oh my G-d'
oye mi canto - listen to my song, listen to me sing
by KC November 29, 2005
Listen up
Oye, what time is da bitches gettin here
by Iceberg Slim November 07, 2003
Cuban for "Yo!"
Oye brode, wazzup?
by efgvbtghjm September 13, 2010
another way to agree with someone or to show acknowledgement.
friend: want to come to school tomorrow? you: oye

friend: i hit a triple last night! you: oye
by itzLukeh November 21, 2011
The theory of opening one's eyes to truly see what is hidden. Created by the mastermind that is Dennis "O.Y.E." Collin Harris-Kandekore.
Bro, you gotta O.Y.E. to see what your best friend is doin' behind your back.
by d.oye.c.h-k April 02, 2011
British for "hey" also used by the English & Irish.
"Oye, get over here", said the young British fellow.
by HansGioLoy21 July 30, 2010
One of the market-days for the Igbo tribe. Shown in the book "Things Fall Apart."
"on what market-day was it born?" he asked.
"Oye," replied Okonkwo.
"And it died in the morning?"
by Okonkwo Hand me my gun February 21, 2012

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