usually a word with no meaning but it can have a meaning. it can mean: whatever,i spose so, bored, not bothered. it can also be used if noone has spoken for a while so you just go meh randomly.
1. "yeah thats funny"
(long pause)
"meh"

2. "so hows you"
"im like meh"
Por evilnecrosis 19 de mayo de 2007
the word hem backwards

:)
"Hey joe, whats hem backwards?"

"meh!"

"Thanks, im sooo happy now!"
Por Sam Tilling 12 de abril de 2007
to shrug shoulders or not care. or being indiffrent, not caring, you get the point.

meh=meh.
Man:Im going to rape your dog now mmmkay?

little boy: meh.
Por mehmehmeh 09 de marzo de 2007
or just meh
a negative connotation, mixed with apathy and maybe disappointment, or Boredom and mild irritation.
Did you go look at the apartment? What didja think of it?

It's a good location and the grounds are spiff, but after seeing the garbled floorplan, I was like meh? For this much money, I'll go look at the other place.
Por nightfire 13 de abril de 2006
Used as a response to any question; does not require a specific definition.
Can also be used to mean: "The world is all too much. I am going to bury my head in five thousand square metres of sand."
"Meh"

- "Are you ok?"
- "Meh"

- "Give me your dog or I will kill you"
- "Meh"

- "I am King of all the world. Mwahahaha."
- "Meh"
Por El Berto 08 de diciembre de 2005
Sorta used as a greating from someone who does not care that your saying hi to them.
'y0, wassup?'
'meh'
Por ZironX 03 de diciembre de 2003
The word meh was originally spoken in the early eighties in the south island of New Zealand and was used as a sound filler to convey meaning dependant on inflection and tone. The New Zealanders' dialect in many respcts is lazy. Instead of saying "How are you going," foreign listeners are liable to hear, "air gun," instead, due to the lazy trait of running everthing together. "Meh," was just one of the many attempts to say alot with little. Because of this fact several meanings have been ascribed to it; the ascribers unwittingly unaware that it can have quite a few meanings, due to tone and surroundings.
Said with a downbeat tone it means, "Who cares, I am indifferent to whatever you just said."
Said shortly and curtly it means, "angry now so watch it."
Said loudly and drawing out the "e" vowel sound it means, "shit, bugger, dam, etc.."
Downbeat
"Don't you care about me?"
"Meh." Usually accompnaied by a shoulder shrug.

Short and curt
"Tidy your room now!"
"Meh!"

Drawn out and loud
"You're fired."
"MEEEEHH!"
Por Shane Mason 10 de agosto de 2005

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