Past tense of "ain't"
A verb using contractions of "was" and "not", also "were" and "not".
Used to state a form of being in the negative and past tense.
Archaic or anachronistic southern slang
"It ain't right Cletus, he wain't there when I's came."
Or
"If wain't for dat horse, I's gone to the college."
(using above contractions respectively)
by Kazazik April 17, 2005
a contraction of the negation of any word
EJ- "Yo you home from college yet?"
Me- "Na I wain't finish all my finals yet

Example 2:
EJ- "How good do you think this song is?"
Me- "I like it a lot but it wain't the best, I like that other one more"
by Larry Hustle December 15, 2008
the Box Butte County Nebraska redneck version of the word "wait"
Chris "If y'all are leaving the house wain't for me"
Trevor "Wain't?"
Chris "Ya you have never had to wain't for something or are you making fun of the way I say wain't"
Trevor "Naw man you say wain't well, I'm making fun of the way you say wain't"
by brown_trevor December 31, 2011
verb; was not; wasn't; ain't past tense;
i wain't ever going to your party
i wish she wain't a wordy bitch or i'd want it.
by pcheeooo September 15, 2010
A verb describing a group disagreement to an action. The combination of we ain't or we are not.
Wain't going anywhere with out Richard.
by Gthang0202 June 28, 2017