Juvenile "code" language created by the rearrangement of sounds in a word such that the first sound is moved to the end and "ay" is added. In the case of a vowel as the first sound, "ay" is simply added, with an hyphen if necessary.
"I am able to speak Pig Latin!" -->
"I-ay amay able-ay ootay eakspay Igpay Atinlay"

"Bob was transported to Vietnam." -->
"Ob-bay asway ansportedtray ootay Ietnamvay."
by Sir Nevah Entitar July 22, 2004
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If a word starts with a vowel then you write the word and add 'way' to the end (antelope = antelopeway) but if starts with consonant then put the first letter of the word on the end and add 'ay' after (helpful = elpfulhay).
Proper Word = Pig latin version
Hi = Ihay
And = Andway
Now = Ownay
Goodbye = Oodbyegay
HOPE THIS HELPS
by Smartarse the dumbass March 27, 2017
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differnt lanuguage...take the first letter of the word and put it at the end then add "ay" pronounced "I" if word starts with a vowle simply add "way" to then end...
i love travis --> iway ovelay ravistay
i'm bored--> miway oredbay
this sucks--> histay ucksay
by m-wea July 18, 2005
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I love to hit it backwards, call it pig latin.
I love to hit it backwards, call it pig latin.
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Juvenile "code" language created by the rearrangement of sounds in a word such that the first character is moved to the end and "bay" is added. In the case of a vowel as the first sound, "bay" is simply added.
"Histbay isbay anbay examplebay ofbay igpbay atinlbay."
- means: This is an example of pig latin.
by lutsbay December 27, 2005
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Juvenal cypher language formed by moving the first letter or sound of a word and appending it to the end.
"Ooday and Cusay are edday. Ilkayed enway eirthay assday(irregular) asway otshay offday(irregular)
(Ooday and Cusay are dead killed when their ass(s) were shot off.}
by J E Walker July 29, 2003
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Pig-Latin (igpay atinlay) is the most simple and most effective form of verbal code in the pseudo-English language. One must simply remove the first letter of a word and place it at the end, and add '-ay'. The prefered method of communication of adlays ('lads' in normal-speak), as well as their female counterparts (asslays). It proves useful for putting off any undercover cops or non-adlays as to the original message.
Pig-latin:
Adlay1: Oi, adlay, where's the oongay?
Adlay2: I ankdrayed it all, untcay. We'll leg it to idcombelay and buy some more.
Adlay3: Anyone got some ingerpays?

Translation:
Lad1: Excuse me, friend, do you know where the cask wine is?
Lad2: I drank it all, my friend. We shall make for Lidcombe and buy some more.
Lad3: Does anyone happen to have some ecstasy?
by Face_in_a_box May 13, 2007
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