Some kind of hidden language where they drop of the first letter of a word, add a back, and then put ay. I don't know any Pig Latin but I just know what it's about and it doesn't sound very intelligent.
6 Answers · Society & Culture · 01/07/2011
pig latin is taking the first letter off of a word and attaching it to "ay" and putting it at the end of the word. Ex: ell tay is "tell" I speak spanish and english
31 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 14/10/2006
... to be "ixnay," which according to the rules of pig latin means "nix," used pretty much as it usually is in ...
1 Answers · Society & Culture · 23/02/2008
...;rhymes with say, hay, hey, and lay) at the very end of the pig latin word. ex: this is how you speak pig latin (translation)>>> isthay siay...
2 Answers · Society & Culture · 15/06/2010
y-Tray is-thay ebsite-way. =] http://www.straightdope.com/columns/read/2163/whats-the-origin-of- pig - latin It-way urns-tay out-way at-thay ig-pay atin-lay oes-gay ack-bay o-tay e-thay eventeenth-say entury-cey.
1 Answers · Society & Culture · 02/02/2010
aylakay aeray. Pig latin is putting the first letter at the end and adding the suffix-ay. For example: Ellohay,owhay reay ouyay? (Hello,how are you?)
5 Answers · Education & Reference · 16/12/2009
...that what you are taught in january may be totally different in february. Pig latin has been around for god knows how long. I remember ...
1 Answers · Society & Culture · 04/01/2013
I speak pig lain fluently :) Iway eakspay igpay atinlay uentlyflay Yeah it only...
10 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 07/10/2011
... "ay." For example: name=amenay, shoot=ootshay, pillow=illowpay, pig latin =igpay atinlay. If a word starts with a vowel then you simply end the word...
11 Answers · Society & Culture · 01/01/2011
The origins of Pig Latin are unknown One early mention of it was in Putnam’s...
1 Answers · Society & Culture · 18/09/2009
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