pretty much a informal name for a friend, or maybe just somebody you pass on the streets, like dude or man

used by mexicans

my honduran buddy don't like this
key paso wey

whats up dude
作者 big randy p 2005年10月06日
Wey is a word used by mexican people that means different things. When you say it in a nice way it means buddy, but when you try to offend someone it means Jackass
que pedo wey: what´s up buddy

Estas bien wey: Youre a Jackass
作者 Alberto 2004年1月12日
mexican slang, wey = dude
hey wey, take out some money and lets go get some cawamas!
作者 KatChamber 2007年8月19日
a shortcut for "What ever you say". Mainly used on the Internet.
- Come with me.
-Ok, weys.
作者 shade303 2012年1月09日
Also: wey we güey buey
A shortened derogatory noun or adjective used by Mexicans. As an adjective, it signifies mocking ignorance. It comes from "Buey" (meaning an ox with its genitalia cut off). The meaning is strong enough, the use of this word may be offensive unless you use it to playfully name a close friend.
Someone being "such a wey" would be "such an ignorant".

Someone being named "wey" by a friend is playfully being called an "ox with its genitalia cut off".
作者 tkdlero 2011年2月28日
My LA experience saw a conversion of the word "Buey", meaning Ox, to Wey, meaning asshole when you wanted it to, or "dude" when you wanted it to. I would like to hear more about the use of buey as an insult.
"Esta pinche buey (this fucking cow)" used by a 5th grade boy to insult a sizeable 5th grade girl.

Oye, wey. Pasame el libro. (Hey, buddy, pass me the book).
作者 Smedley Cox 2009年2月02日
in spanish fella', buddy
que pedo wey?! whats up buddy?!
作者 m3XicAnemO 2003年11月05日

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