1) An expression of excitement, or extreme happiness.
2) Acknowledgement of someone who has greeted you, or a greeting in itself.
3) A state of mind, in which one is relaxed.
4) A neural vowel sound used in the dictionary, depicted as a lowercase letter 'e', rotated 180 degrees counter-clockwise.
Slang originated from Hashmeer
of Group X
, who used the phrase "Shiggity shiggity schwa." Eventually, Jager, of The Hoodlums in Upstate New York, began to use Schwa inan every day context.
1) "You got HALO2? Schwa!"
2) "Hey dude."
3) "How do you feel?"
The upside-down "e" symbol you always see in dictionary pronunciation guides. Pronounced "uh" or "ih".
A schwa looks like an upside down e
A "neutral" vowel that sounds like the "uh" sound at the beginning of "about" and is represented by an upside-down lower-case "e" in dictionaries.
-What do you call that funny-looking letter in the dictionary? -It's called "schwa".
A person whom nobody notices. He/She tends to play dirty tricks on people and still go unnoticed. People say that to see a schwa is a real miracle, most people go their whole lives without seeing them. It takes a very observant person to notice the schwa.
Marty: did you hear that?
Marty: that noise, it's over there in the corner.
Finn: you're crazy
Used as a greeting among friends.
a word in which can take the place of any cuss word.
what the hell= what the schwas