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High Voice is used when a sarcastic or untrue comment is made. There are two forms of High Voice.
1) Saying an untrue/sarcastic statement in an actual voice that is high pitched.
2) Saying an untrue/sarcastic statement and then ending the sentence with the phrase "high voice"
High Voice is commonly used in circles of friends in relaxed environments.
It can be abbreviated in speech or when communicating online by saying or typing "hv".

The etymology of the word comes from Hastings, New York in the year 2005. It was used by a pale-kid who took 8 credits a semester at the University of Michigan and accrued massive debt from playing poker.

"Frankel isn't a mooch...high voice."

"Frankel isn't in debt (in a high pitched voice)"

In an e-mail or on AIM:
"Frankel is graduating early hv hv hv."
by Tyrone Schiff April 16, 2006
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1. noun. It is the sudden feeling of an inexplicable joy one gets when something romantic or idealistic occurs.

When kilig, one may experience the following:

*butterflies in one's stomach
*heart melting
*shivers down one's spine
*irrepressible noises from one's mouth
*uncontrollable smiling
*an inner conflict between hope of something wished for and reality

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High Voice is used when a sarcastic or untrue comment is made. There are two forms of High Voice.
1) Saying an untrue/sarcastic statement in an actual voice that is high pitched.
2) Saying an untrue/sarcastic statement and then ending the sentence with the phrase "high voice"
High Voice is commonly used in circles of friends in relaxed environments.
It can be abbreviated in speech or when communicating online by saying or typing "hv".

The etymology of the word comes from Hastings, New York in the year 2005. It was used by a pale-kid who took 8 credits a semester at the University of Michigan and accrued massive debt from playing poker.
"Frankel isn't a mooch...high voice."

"Frankel isn't in debt (in a high pitched voice)"

In an e-mail or on AIM:
"Frankel is graduating early hv hv hv."
by Tyrone Schiff May 04, 2006
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