Main Entry: hyphy
Pronunciation: "HIGH-fee"
Function: adjective

Etymology: Etymology: San Francisco Bay Area, shortened perhaps from English dialect "hyperactive"; other sources cite a combination of "hype" and "fly." Popularized by E-40 and the Federation's song "Hyphy" (2004); first known use on record by Keak Da Sneak in 1998 (on "Cool," from his LP Sneakacidle).
1 : dangerous and irrational: CRAZY;
2 : amusingly eccentric; without inhibition: GOOFY
"They were getting hyphy up in the club Saturday night."
od uživatele j`ril 16. Květen 2005
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1.Go stupid, dummy, retarted.
2.Get out of hand
1. We got hyphy in da parking lot after the club let out!

2. Dat bitch was trying to get hyphy cuz her friends was wit her
od uživatele Ya Kno 22. Březen 2004
sf bay area version of crunk
"hyphy the same way the south get crunk"
od uživatele kidd 23. Prosinec 2003
crazy, high-energy, temperamental

Origin: Bay Area, CALIFORNIA
also see hyfey
Them ninjas hella hyphy hangin out the doors in the scraper!
od uživatele BayAreaPimpstress 13. Srpen 2004
a way of living - hype, crunk, actin a fool, ignorant

It was actually first used by Keak da Sneak on 1999's Sneakacydal
We stay hyphy, in our white tee, and our black jeans, and our Nikes
od uživatele that dozen 30. Duben 2005
It's Cali's version of Crunk. Intead of sayin let's get crunk, you'd say get hyphy. Hyphy's gettin crazy, stupid, dumb, retarded..ect.
Hyphy! Make a baby mama slap her baby's daddy (Lyrics from the song Hyphy by Federation)
od uživatele HyphyChic 22. Březen 2005
Although mostly Bay Area, getting "hyphy" is more of an Oakland word defining getting ignorant, drunk/high, and quite violent within a group of friends.
Them krazy ninjas in the Town were gettin hyphy with them Boys in Blue, the fools were scraping the Pigs.
od uživatele Dre the SAV 14. Leden 2004

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