urban dictionarified

21 Mar

HUI

1. dick, cock, penis
2. someone really annoying
3. if pronounced with strength means NO

Pronunciation: WHO-yi (WHO is stressed, and yi-part sounds like the beginning of yeast)

or

the asian sensation.
Hui will fuck the guy up who made the other definition.
or
the way gipsies call a penis or a dick

asen (gypsy): hey, pussy wanna taste my hui?

YEN

1.A strong desire or inclination; a yearning or craving
2.A basic unit of currency in Japan
The unit of value and account in Japan. Since Japan’s adoption of the gold standard, in 1897, the value of the yen has been about 50 cents. The yen is equal to 100 sen.
or
Hot ass Asian girl name. Also Japanese currency which reflects that you would pay a lot of yen to get a hot Yen.

Glenn: Wo, check out that girl, she’s so yen.

or

Drowsy state during Opiate(Heroin) withdrawal.
The addict may fall into a tossing, restless sleep known as the “yen,” which may last several hours but from which he awakens more restless and more miserable than before.
or
It means chicken in Manipuri Language

The roasted yen was truly delicious

Hence, my name could mean

1. asian sensation chicken

2. A truly annoying hot ass Asian girl

3, dick drowsy/drowsy dick

and etc…..
next time pls do not only refer to good names offered by temples and such for ur kids. double check with urban dictionary. or u will end up having a name similar to a genital part:(
Im gonna call my mum and wail now bye
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4 Responses to “urban dictionarified”

  1. pui yen March 22, 2009 at 5:43 pm #

    oh dear… does it really mean that?? aiks. i’m a “yen” too. lol! but the hot ass Asian girl is errr… not quite me. haha. but the hui = dick???!! wtf! :p

  2. yewjinn March 23, 2009 at 2:38 am #

    what dick..erm i mean dictionary did u use?

  3. yihui March 28, 2009 at 2:51 pm #

    i also have a ‘dick’ in my name…OMG

  4. huiyen March 28, 2009 at 9:50 pm #

    haha puiyen.those were defined in the urban dictionary lorrrr..haha. funny how our names turned out LOL

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