1) well said
2)said in a agreement
3) can be used as a greeting, hey whats up
1..and 2...Yo u goin to that rocks tanite....word
3) word up
"Word" is the shortened form of the phrase: "my word is my bond" which was originated by inmates in U.S. prisons. The longer phrase was shortened to "word is bond" before becoming "word," which is most commonly used. It basically means "truth." Or "to speak the truth."
"Yo, I fucked twelve bitches last night."
"Word?" ("You speak the truth?")
"Word." ("I speak the truth.")
A versatile declaration, originating (more or less) in hip-hop culture.
"Word" has no single meaning, but is used to convey a casual sense of affirmation, acknowledgement, agreement, or to indicate that something has impressed you favorably.
Its usage among young blacks has been parodied ad nauseam among clueless suburban whites.
"Come on, man, we're going to the store."
I concur, my fellow African American friends.
"Man, she's got some fine titties!"
Can also be used as a question, meaning "really?"
"Man, this sucks."
"I just got a new car!"
"I agree." can be used to express agreement and approval in several ways.
1. a: "Man, that song rocks."
2. a: "I'm not gonna take crap from him anymore."
I'd like to hit Monica from the backside, yo!!
An answer to someone babbling on...a sarcastic response to someone talking about a subject that you don't care about or understand.
Person A: "blah blah blah, Last night, blah blah blah"
Response - "words"
1) True, an affirmation.
As in: "That shit was tight!" "Word."
Formerly possessed by the African-American community it slipped into the hands of wiggers at some point during the nineties. Sometime after this, it briefly appeared as though the word would be adapted into the white lexicon. However, it never gained the mainstream usage of other black words/phrases. Today, it is still used by the aforementioned wiggers (though usage of "truth" or some bastardization are common as well). A recent trend in usage can also be found among "above the fray" whites using irony (because you wouldn't expect them to say it, get it?). Which brings us to, "That staff meeting/ABBA concert was tight." "Word!"
Note: In the event of white usage, the word must be said with stereotypical "black" intonations. Also note that whites very rarely use "word" in the form of a question.
To say something is what they were thinking of or what they totally agree with.
"I love MCR."
"Omg dude, word."