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Definition funny of Preh:
Preh - (Pronounced Pre) Meaning: A word that is commonly used by Canterbury folk to Start or Finish conversations with. Also used as a way of Greeting someone, or wishing them good luck. (Preh-Yeah) Also widely used as a general word with no meaning which can often pop up in conversation once every ten to twelve words. Preh can be a chameloen of a word and at times can mean anything from a 'congratulations', to a 'i dont give a fuck'. Origins Preh is a relatively new founded word, first being used in 2007 as slang for Brrraaapp! Add ons Preh-Yeah Adding yeah onto the end of preh usually signifies a bond or special greeting or farewell between two companions
Dave - "Alright pal, how did things go with that bird?" Andy - "Yes mate, shagged it rotten" Dave - "Preh" Dave - "Pal, talk to me about that slut you banged last night. How did you manage to pull that off?" Andy - "I sent her a cheeky text asking her if i could **** her tonight.." Dave - "Preh"
Short for pretentious hipster.
Friend 1: I can't go to the mall today, I'm going to drink espresso and read Russian literature. Friend 2. *rolls eyes* Ugh, you are such a preh.
Books about Preh:
Sites Preh.Périgord (Angl) by J.L. & Binet, M. & Bouchard, J.P. Aubarbier (1996)
Reader's Digest Illustrated History Of The World: The Dawn Of Civilisation: Preh (Jan 1, 2005)
Ier Phtls Preh Trauma Life Sup 7e
QUITA PAT.+ RATOSO.GERO PREH 1 DESTINO
VIGILAD + RATOSORP.GERO PREH 2 DESTINO
POR MIL M.+ RATOSO.GERO PREH 3 DESTINO
Basic Trauma Life Sup Preh I/M by Campbell (Sep 1, 1988)
Wiki information Preh:
Prehistory is the span of time before recorded history or the invention of writing systems. Prehistory refers to the period of human existence before the availability of those written records with which recorded history begins. More broadly, it can...
Prehensility is the quality of an appendage or organ that has adapted for grasping or holding. The word is derived from the Latin term prehendere, meaning "to grasp."