What does IDHI stand for?

I don’t have it

IDHI is a popular acronym that you might come across in online chats or text messages. It simply stands for “I don’t have it”. It’s used when someone asks you if you have something, and you don’t.

Imagine a friend named Sam sends you a message asking, “Hey, do you have that book I lent you?” If you don’t have it, you can just reply with IDHI. It’s a quick and easy way to communicate.

On the other hand, if you do have the item your friend is asking about, you can use the acronym IHI, which stands for “I have it”. So, IDHI and IHI are sort of like opposite sides of the same coin.

Just remember, like all slang, the meaning of IDHI can change based on the context. But most of the time, it’s used to say you don’t have something someone is asking for.

Example for using ‘IDHI’ in a conversation

Hey, do you have my charger?

IDHI πŸ€·β€β™€οΈ

No worries, I’ll find it somewhere else. Thanks anyway!

No problem! 😊