A word with little to no actual meaning in a sentence but mostly implied meaning. Purported to only be used in Alberta it is widely used all over Canada and in some places in the US.
1)So, here we got a...a bottle of beer, eh? And did you know that...if you wanna get some free beer, eh? you stick a...a baby mouse in your bottle eh? And And then you take it to the brewery eh? And then you say that you found it eh? You found it in one of their bottles of beer!

2) "Nice day, eh?"
"Yeah. It's nice and sunny, eh?"
"Yeah. Did you catch the hockey game last night, eh?"
"No, eh. I was watchin'a movie."
"Oh. It was a good game, eh."
"Oh I'll bet, eh..."
"Oy it was too, eh!"
"All you ever talk about is hockey, eh? Never nothin' else!"
"Well I am a Canuck, eh?"
"Oh. Right. Yeah we're both Canucks, eh?"
"Yeah we are, eh."
"Oh...Nice day, eh?"
dodane przez Phishr sierpień 23, 2006
A word added to the end of a sentence in Australia and New Zealand. Pronounce like the letter 'A'.
Can also be used as a re-inforcing tool when speaking.
Also used to make sentences into rhetorical questions.
"I cant believe we won that game, eh?"
dodane przez BornInATransam listopad 23, 2005
Canadian term used after most sentances. Usausally used to prove a point. Normally used without knowlage of use.
Andrew: "That pie was good, eh?"
Matt: "Yea, eh?"
dodane przez Matthew Lancione styczeń 23, 2007
when you freaking jiz, a sound to make when you see a bangin chick
Pretty much if she titty-jerked me I'd be liek EH!
dodane przez poopfacecentral kwiecień 10, 2006
a. sort of, kind of
b. Something is okay, but not great; average; nothing special
a.
Girl #1: Do you find him attractive?
Girl #: Eh.

b.
Guy #1: How was baseball practice?
Guy #2: Eh.
dodane przez dizzy miss lizzy październik 05, 2005
A verbalisation of the full-stop or other punctuation at the end of almost every sentence used in tropical Queensland (Australia) or, alternatively, New Zealand.
"How about that weather, eh?"
"It's looking pretty gloomy, eh."
"Better get the car under cover then, eh."
dodane przez Big Fella maj 28, 2005
suffix replacing -y
Makes the word you are saying sound cooler.
spiffy becomes spiffeh
tasty becomes taseh
funky becomes funkeh
dodane przez Jasmine listopad 28, 2004

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