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Affirmative.
Can also be used as a question, meaning "really?"
"Man, this sucks."
"Word."

also

"I just got a new car!"
"Word?"
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In some religious masses (e.g. Roman Catholic), a section from the gospel is spoken aloud to the parish. At the conclusion of the scripture reading a chant is started by the priest. He says ‘The word of the lord’ and the congregation responds ‘thanks be to god’. The expression “word” is a truncation of that phrase and it is said in agreement to a statement – a statement that bears some resemblance to gospel. It is intended to elevate the previously said phrase to a higher standard of truth.

Related Expressions: “Peace” – also from Christian mass the phrase “Peace be with you” is exchanged between parishioners following the Our Father.
John: “She got some fine titties

Response: “word” (elevates John's statement to higher truth.)
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To say something is what they were thinking of or what they totally agree with.
"I love MCR."
"Omg dude, word."
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Really? No, seriously. Why on God's green Earth would you look this up?
Words are the whole point of this site. If you looked this up i don't know how you got here unless you're bored. You probably had to scroll down too. If you truly didn't know please never reproduce and consider the following.
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