Used heavily in El Paso, Texas, USA and Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico, "ay ay" is the repetition of the Spanish word "ay" which is equivalent to the interjection "oh" of the English language. When "ay" is said twice, i.e. "ay ay", it functions as an expression or acknowledgement of frustration, absurdity, disdain, and other "negative" feelings.
by Paco Belmondo April 20, 2005
by du bist ein Arschloch April 12, 2009
Spanish paralinguistic feature of communication. Employed when no words are capable of conveying the frustration, anger or general absurdity of the situation.
by Lexy May 18, 2004
by anexika August 22, 2006
this word describes a feeling of hurt for example when someone hits you, its commonly used by two people fala and shaikha when there playing call of duty or fortnite
by fbfmr May 27, 2020
by hailerz52794 May 07, 2010