Australian cheer
Comes from the word Oi
Aussie and British word for Hey
Also has something to do with punks
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by ohwefoh September 29, 2006
A loud greeting to be given to freinds in public areas, the louder the better in order to make passers by shit their pants.
Me: OI OI!!!!!!!!!!!!
Neil: OI OI!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Passer By: <Sqeulch>
by Wise Man October 10, 2003
1) can be used as a greeting when seeing friends. A friendly and loud greeting to either say "hello" or "how are you"
2) another way of praising someone for an achievement, either sexually or non-sexually. A way of saying "check you out!"
1) Friend 1: "Oi Oi!"
Friend 2: "Oii oiiii!!"

2) Molly:"I got an A in my exam!"
Hailey:"Oi Oi!! Well done"

Bill:"how was last night with Bella"
Gary:"you don't even wanna know mate! We went all night!"
Bill:"Oi Oi!! Get in there mate!"
by puresource August 26, 2015
When anything dramatic, funny, scandalous etc occurs, one must shout "Oi oi oi oi" to aware the general public about the event occurring. It can also be used as a form of greeting to a friend or colleague. There are different spelling variations such as: "Oye" or "Oui".
"Ansar should wear a wig next time"
"Oi oi oi oi"

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by oi oi oi oi is a new trend September 1, 2017
A welcome comment....
Like 'Hey how are ye!?!'
Or 'Hi hi'
(between two friends)
'oi oi'
'Hey Mush how are ye?'
by GIGSEY October 26, 2003