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Yadidimean

One person’s request for confirmation from another that they are in agreement. This term is analogous to the phrase ‘Do you know what I mean?’
 
This term was coined in the bay area to shorten the common phrase “You know what I mean.” The word is pronounced very quickly, sometimes with a tongue roll in between the the "Ya" and the "mean." The final morpheme, ‘mean,’ can be clipped off and ‘yadidi?’ can be used independently to also mean ‘you know what I mean?’
Etymology : Taken from the phrase, "You know what I mean?"
Source : This term's first recorded use is in the song "Tell Me When To Go" by the rapper E-40.
Last modified: 5 December 2011


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