Does the word "aye" have a slang meaning?
If aye has a slang meaning, what does it mean?
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Saying "Aye" is not slang. It is what's knows as VERNACULAR. DEFINITION: Vernacular = (Noun) = A language or dialect spoken by the normal people in a particular country or region. It's the old (and current) Scottish way of saying "Yes".
It is not a slang but argot more like it. It means yes in a given context. Oft used in British Parliament when the MPs must decide on an issue
It's mainly used for British English meaning yes however it depends with whom you are speaking preferably someone that understands or is familiar with the lingo
It simply just means yes. "aye' is a slang word itself.
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It simply means "yes". You can use it in informal settings with friends and other people who are close to you.
that means yes
It’s slang and it means yes
Aye is not a slang word, aye simply means yes. It can be used anywhere and an affirmative reaction is due.
that's an expression of saying something you agreed meaning Yes
"Aye" is slang for "Yes". So Aye means yes