Top Definition
A word used for emphasis when talking about something good. Derived from cheeya which means the same thing. One can add as many "e"s as they need.
"So Tom, did you get lucky last night?"
"Chee!"
#chee #cheee #cheeee #cheeya #cheeeya #cheeeeya #cheeeee
von Brother Thomas 5. Januar 2009
Another word for Marijuana
Lets get some chee tonight.

I chee'd hard last night

Cheehar is a pothead
#weed #marijuana #dope #cheedah #tha gooshy #stickyicky
von Fooxy 17. Mai 2007
Greek Village Colloquialism maybe derived from the Turkish

Urine
I have to stop and do Chees.
#urine #piss #pee #water #micturation
von I am Greek 8. August 2009
a wa wa poodle lama!
edward, you are my chee
#lama #edward #poodle #wawa #poo
von poddlelama 2. September 2010
to smoke weed! in the simplist, happiest, activity- oriented way
used for convenience and quickness. also a more positive, friendly way to smoke (counter- "blaze, burn, get high" :: more sketchy/psa sounding)
chee now!

ooo i miss you! chee after class?
come over soon and we will watch that dank new movie and cheee!
#blaze #smoke #bake #burn #dank
von ganjababetimestwo 30. September 2009
Cool and funky way of saying 'yeah'. Taken from Chipmunk's song Chip Diddy Chip
'Chee i love music baby...'
#chipmunk #yeah #cheee #cheeeeee #cheeeeeeeeeee
von mat098 26. April 2009
1. An interchangable term -- used in a given sentence or on its own -- to express disbelief, astonishment, disappointment, or realization.

2. Alternatively, it can be used simply as filler.
1. Sir Emery Capitan, in comment to the evening nourishments, expresses most disappointedly "Chee... your soup seems to lack the perfect spices this evening, Cook."

2. In light of the supernatural occurence happening in Jon Bob Smiths very own backyard, he simple voiced a barely audible "Chee" as the ghostly fireworks sent him into blindness.
von Ren 25. November 2002
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