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An acronym, used in blogs such as "Bossip," which means shaking my head.
The columnist Ann Coulter and Jimmie, J.J., Walker arrived at the TV Land awards together, SMH.
by Metaview June 22, 2007
Meaning so much hate. f can be put in to it to mean so much fcking hate.
Aye betch why you talkin shit? smh...
by JujuBear1821 January 04, 2012
"Steady My Head"
To be said after something ridiculous or embarassing (to someone else) happens.
Essentially telling someone that you need to have your head "steadied", in reference to the head shaking in dissaproval or moving with laughter, because what has just occured it so outrageously funny or embarassing to the other person.
This can be pronounced verbally as "smhhh" or "smuh".
Dude: You look mad nice girl.
Chick: Can't say the same bout you.
Other Dude: SMH (smhhh)!
by IamE1337 October 18, 2009
Shakinqq my headd
Why wouldd you play me like that , smh ?
by Sunshinee' lovee <33 ; April 07, 2010
suck my huevos. huevos = eggs in Spanish.
person: omg i love hannah montana!
person 2: hannah montana can smh
by Grantlover July 25, 2009
Shaking My Head - another texting shorthand, used to denote the irony of a situation or disbelief at something. Cropping up constantly on Facebook now, too.
While waiting for the mailer to arrive for my replacement iPod, I put it in a safe place. Now I can't find it. smh
by wolfwoman1st December 26, 2011
Acronym for "Scratching My Herpes". After typing out a long, misspelled, grammar-poor, and useless Facebook status update, Tweet, Instant Message, Etc., sometimes herpes tend to flare up, and as such they must be scratched.
OMG I just saw the best movie LOL the vampier totally fell in love with the girl from the bookstore but she alredy had a bf who was a wherewolf OMG I can't wait for the sequel but why does it have to take too years to make SMH
by TTH65 September 16, 2011
widely known as an internet acronym for "shaking my head".

a less known version that exists is "so much hate".

the second version is also acceptable when used in a sentence, although the person you are talking to may be confused and think you mean the first version
person 1 "he got in a fight with that dude cause he didnt like his face"

person 2 "smh" (both correct in this case!)
by hihater14935809 December 16, 2009