Define Aight Meaning

Aight
saying alright but in a hip and ghetto way

By Dian
Aight
1)A word that URBANDICTIONARY.COM uses as the confirmation button sometimes when you vote thumbs up or down.
2)The way i took up saying "alright", not knowing that it was already being used as a 'hip' or 'kewl' way to say al right... I was just out there half-assin' it... oh well

Lil' bro: C'mon man! Why can't you take me to the skate park?
Me: Shut the SHIBBY up! I told you already. Your stupid skaterass friends think they're all shibby with their damn sellout BAM shirts and shit... and I personally don't want to put you, another customer for that damned skatepark, out there for that damned place to suk up you fuckin money. Besides, I'm tired, bored, lazy and I'm gonna halfass my self thru the day... (here it comes)... ... ... Aight?
By Jacinda
Aight
Shortened, lazier version of "Alright." The pronunciation of "Aight" usually takes the same time as "Alright," but without all of the oral gymnastics.

Billy Bob: Hey Bubba, lets go shoot rabbits!
Bubba: Aight!

Another good example occurs in a Jeff Foxworthy comedy routine
By Lavinie
Aight
a’ight (a-aeit)
adj.

1. Referring to something average; okay.

2. Acceptable; agreeable

adv.
1. Very well, okay; yes.

2. To agree to a known fact; without a doubt.

adj.

1. The food was a’ight, but I preferred yesterday’s meal.

2. Throwing your stuff away is a’ight by me.

adv.

1. Used to introduce a statement: A’ight, I’m going to the movies.

2. Its cold out, a’ight.
By Enrichetta
Aight
Synonym for the words "alright" or "okay". Means nothing more, nothing less.

A state of being of acceptability, such as feeling okay...

1.)Random guy: That car is simply aight. Nothing more, nothing less.

2.)Mother: Go clean your room lazyass boy!
Child: Aight, mom!

3.)Drug Dealer: I got oxy on deck. You want it?
Drug Buyer: Aight, how much is it?
By Doria
Aight

"eh ma you wan some pie?"
"aight"
By Nola
Aight

A: How you doin?
B: Aight

or

See ya later aight
By Carolin
Aight
Originally referring to the australian way to say 'alrite', meanwhile gotten more and more popular in the US too. Especially introduced to the US by african-americans and surfer-dudes.

American: Dude, u gonna come surfing the mavs later?
Aussie: Aight mate, sounds like a plan.
By Helga
Aight
From the word alright. The term 'alright', as well as meaning to 'be alright' can also be interpreted as another way of saying 'hello' or 'how are you?' (esp. in Ireland)

A (walking along the street): "Aight!"
B (on the other side of the road): "Aight Boyo, any craic?"
By Roze
Aight
Urban and popular way of saying all right.

person: Yo wanna hit the clubs later?

other person: Aight so i'll call you.
By Rici