What is §?


(flei-sig) adj. bored, I am bored

an ancient spanish symbol that originated in Salamanca, Spain

1-what's up?

2-doing homework §

1-yeah definitely §

2-i hate school

1-yeah i hate life

See anonymous


Simolean, the symbol of currency used in the Sims series of computer games

A chalkboard with no logic skills earns you around §30.


§ is an abbreviation for section, usually used to in citations of laws or rules

The citation "U.S. Const. art. II, § 1" refers to Article II, Section 1 of the US Constitution which addresses the election of the President and Vice President


Section punctuation mark, typed by pressing and holding the ALT key down while typing the numbers 167. "§" is used to denote sections in legal documents. It is also used at the end of sentences to denote sarcasm in written electronic media such as Facebook or Livejournal status updates and resulting comments in order to avoid confusion as to what is a sarcastic remark, and what is not. Invented to replace having to type "I'm being sarcastic, by the way".

Oh yes, I find you very smart.§

Are you a genius?§

I'm thrilled I have to stay at work after 5 PM on Friday.§

Yes! Let's all go jump off the cliff!§

See sarcasm, sarcastic, joking, kidding, sardonic


i am bored, to be extremely bored

an ancient spanish symbol originating in Salamanca, it was used by the mute monks who did nothing but transcribe books all the time, and could not speak

mute monk #1-.....

mute monk #2-.....

mute monk #1-§

mute monk #2-§

See anonymous


the symbol for a hurricane

seen as a § on a map to show where a hurricane is located

See hurricane, storm, cane, severe


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