from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. an egg
- pro. they (singular). Gender-neutral third-person singular subject pronoun, coordinate with gendered pronouns he and she.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An island.
- n. See egg.
- An interj. of wonder or inquiry.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of egg.
- Eh! what!
- A termination of various origin, a reduced form of different final syllables in Latin, French, Anglo-Saxon, etc.
- A simplified spelling of eye.
In my opinion, the taste of bar; ey is wonderful, one of my absolute favorites!
Güey is a slang version of búey which means Ox. I think he meant to say güey.
Even when güey is used with what I'll call "manly affection" between two friends, it is still (generalizing if that were possible) uncouth, even if kids say it in every phrase they utter with their friends.
There can be no doubt about the meaning of the termination "ey" -- island -- which we meet with under different spellings in many place-names, such as Athelney, Ely,
The ey is the gate of the affection, but the ear of the vnderstanding
• 3: 30 to 4: 30 p.m. at SFCC, sn-w'ey'-mn, Bldg. 24, room 110
From this lake rose a few islets known still to us by place-names in "ey" or "ea" such as Bermondsey, Thorney,
Again, the 'ey' of Peyps would rhyme with they and obey.
Ree, you freaked me out, because my name is Kelley, with an "ey", but I am not entry
Not until Joel Gibb and his dozen or so band members took it on in Hart House, at least: Gibb's pronounced croon somehow fit the song even better than Rihanna's resigned "ey" s, and the huge band-killer drum line and all-only added to it.