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8.
eh
An interjection or prompt spoken by Canadians.

I am a Toronto born and raised Canadian. This is how eh is often used here:

Typically used to replace terms such as:

"Did you know?"
Ex:
Guy 1): "McDonalds replaced the double cheese burger with the McDouble on the value menu eh?"

Guy 2): "Really? Damn... those McBastards"

Often used to replace the word 'right?'
Ex:
Guy 1) "You're going to school tomorrow, eh?"
Guy 2) "Yeah, I try not to miss class"

Also replaces 'right' in the following sentence:
ImATwin ): Taylor Lautner is so hot!
sLaShK ) : I know, eh!

"You know what I mean?"
Ex:
Guy 1): "Im going to walmart to buy toilet paper"

Guy 2): "Get the thick stuff eh? Don't be cheap"

Guy 1): "Yes of course, no one likes that thin equate stuff"

"What do you think"
Ex:
Girl 1): I bought a new pair of TOMS. Cool eh?

Guy2): Yeah, they're pretty cool. I might buy a pair as well.

"Don't you think?"
Often used to ask for a response of agreement or disagreement, similar in meaning to "don't you think?"

Ex:
Guy1): Look at those dark clouds. It looks like there might be a storm coming eh?

Guy2): Yeah definitely, I'm gonna bring an umbrella

"What was that?" or "what?"
Ex:
Guy1): *inaudibley speaking, then guy 2 catches the end of the sentence "And thats why your so dumb"
Guy2): Eh!??
Often used when someone isn't paying attention, or to assure they're listening to you.

Scenario: Two guys watching the Leafs!

Guy 1): I'm gonna order pizza pizza

Guy 2): ..... *no response

Guy 1): I'm ordering pizza EH

Guy 2): Wha? Yeah ok... shhh the game is on
von Kurt the greatest 22. Februar 2010
 
15.
Eh
1 - Synonym for “huh

2 - Indifference, like Meh.
That's pretty cool, eh?

Eh, I didn't enjoy the trip.
von FlareNUKE 1. Oktober 2006
 
16.
eh
A word Canadians use to ensure the other person is following along with the conversation. Not often used between Canadians themselves, but used excessively when visiting the USA and explaining things about Canada.
Dumbass – So is that near Vancouver?
Torontonian – No, Vancouver is on the West Coast near Seattle.
Dumbass – Seattle!! you shittin' me?.
Torontonian – No really eh, Toronto is close to Buffalo.
Dumbass – Buffalo!!
Torontonian – Where you from Eh?
Dumbass – North Tonawanda, New Yew York.
Torontonian –Eh, you’re like 10 miles from the border.
Dumbass – You mean the US border?
Torontonian – I’d love to talk but I have talk to those hot chicks from Chicago at the shooter bar. Nice talk’n to you eh?
von KK 19. Februar 2004
 
17.
eh!
it just means you dont give either way. when you say it you fling your hand either up or down, depending on the context in which you are saying it. eh! said as a short sound means you dont care, but if you enlongate it and say it more slowly with a downwards action of the hand it generally means you can't be bothered to do something (whatever the person asked you about)
short version:
male: do you want to have sex?
female: eh!

long version:
mother:are you going to go to work on your homework project tonight?
kid:eeeeeeeeeh!
von livers 21. November 2004
 
18.
-eh
Sometimes used as a replacement for the letter "y" at the end of words for added cuteness, etc.
Emily: What a funneh bunneh that is.

Joe: Oh, god. She's using "-eh" again.
von Dan Merlot 10. Juli 2008
 
19.
eh
1. A word us Canadians do to get an answer or to turn a sentence into a question
2. What the fonz said
Tim: hey man that was a sweet hockey game last night eh?
John: Take off hoser, those refs were terrible
Tim: your just a sore loser. Maybe you shouldstop cheering for the oilers

Tim: Hey Fonzi
The Fonz: Ehhhhh
von Adam Perry 3. April 2006
 
20.
EH
Abbreviation for Engineering House, a special interest house at RIT. A collection of engineering students who work and party together. Where your GPA and BAC are a factor of ten apart.

Antonyms: CSH, lame, unexciting, failure
4.0/.40=10

"Oh I see you're on the EH, do you bastards ever sleep?"

"Yeah, I know, its good to be on top."
von floor8isgreat 10. Januar 2010
 
21.
eh
A word used commonly in Canada and Australia, but only properly in Canada.

A rhetorical re-affirmation of a statement.
(Well drunk, already walking to the bar )

Greg: We're going to the bar, eh ?
Brody: Yea dude, we're almost there already.
von Mr. Syrup 4. Dezember 2010