See also: Uy, UY, .uy, üy, uÿ, and uþ-

CebuanoEdit

InterjectionEdit

uy

  1. an expression of surprise
  2. an expression to catch attention
  3. an expression of acknowledgment of someone, whose name one cannot remember right away

ChiquimulillaEdit

NounEdit

uy

  1. water

ReferencesEdit

  • Chris Rogers, The Use and Development of the Xinkan Languages

HiligaynonEdit

InterjectionEdit

úy

  1. (contempt or disgust) fie, nonsense

SpanishEdit

PronunciationEdit

InterjectionEdit

uy

  1. oh, oops
  2. Alternative spelling of huy

TagalogEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Spanish oye.

InterjectionEdit

uy

  1. hey!
  2. An exclamation to get attention.
    Uy, tingnan mo 'to!
    Hey, look at this!
  3. A protest or reprimand.
    Uy! 'Wag!
    Hey! Stop!
  4. An expression of surprise.
    Uy! Bago 'to ah!
    Hey! This is new!
  5. An informal greeting, similar to oy.
    Uy! Kumusta?
    Hey! How are you?
  6. A request for repetition or explanation; an expression of confusion.
    Uy? Ano ulit?
    Hey? What again?
  7. an expression of acknowledgment of someone, whose name one cannot remember right away.
    Si uy nga pala. Ano ulit pangalan niya?
    Oh yeah, it's hey. What's his name again?
  8. A meaningless beat marker or extra, filler syllable in song lyrics.
    "Uy uy uy, uy uy uy! Hoy hoy hoy, hoy hoy hoy! Oh oh oy oy, oy oy"!
    Hey hey hey, hey hey hey! Hey hey hey, hey hey hey! Oh oh hey hey, hey hey!

SynonymsEdit

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TaraoEdit

Alternative formsEdit

NounEdit

uy (plural uyay)

  1. dog

ReferencesEdit

  • 2002, Chungkham Yashwanta Singh, Tarao Grammar

UzbekEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Turkic *eb.

NounEdit

uy (plural uylar)

  1. home
  2. house