Depending on the context it can mean either why or yes.
Example 1: Use of y as meaning yes
d00d1: is the train supposed to leave at 6:30?
Example 2: Use of y? meaning why?
d00d1: u wanna come see the new teletubbie
movie with us?
d00d1: its super cool!
d00d2: stfu fag
***d00d1 was blocked
The 25th letter in the alphabet, second to last, the last letter being Z.
...But you already knew that, right?
short for the word "why"
wiCkEd eEv: y did u blow urself up?
iconocaste: it was an accident. y how come? did u see who threw the nade?
wiCkEd eEv: nuh uh
It's the letter Y
, with two dots on top. I imagine that ÿ is pronounced differently from y
, but if so, I don't know what the difference actually is.
Person 1: "Look, that ÿ has two dots on it!"
Person 2: "Must be a misprint."
Another term for an ex, as in "Y" the fuck did i date them.
Dude is that your ex?
Nahhh that's my Y.
1. Appears at first glance to be a regular "y", but upon closer inspection it contains to dots above it, which is not usual for a y in the english language. These dots give the appearance that it is somehow a deranged smiley face with it's lip hanging far below where its mouth ends.
2. The final definition on Urban Dictionary.
It is impossible to pronounce "ÿ" without first cutting out your tongue and eating hot coals.
The heart of hot, and the crest of cool.
1. At any given time, someone or something can be designated 'y.' No one can designate themselves 'y.' No person retains 'y' status permanently but some things can.
2. An uppercase 'Y' can be used to signal emphasis but 'y' in its common lowercase form retains the strongest value and meaning.
3. The use of adverbs should be kept to a minimum when using 'y' so as not to distract from its value and meaning. Additionally, 'y' should not be combined to phonetically complete other words and/or phrases.
4. The opposite of 'y' is 'not y.'
"You're lookin' so y right now."