What does Valid mean?

‘Valid’ means ‘Excellent’

When you say something is “valid“, you’re basically saying it’s top notch or really high quality. It could be anything, a physical object or even an abstract concept like an idea.

This usage of “valid” is a bit different from its traditional meaning, which is “logically correct”. The slang version of “valid” has been around since the early 2000s. It’s used to give a nod of approval, saying something is not just okay, but it’s absolutely fantastic. It’s like a seal of approval for awesomeness.

Though the slang term “valid” has been in circulation for about 20 years, it found a new lease of life in 2020 on the social media platform TikTok. Users of the platform started using “#valid” to tag videos they thought were particularly good or impressive.

So, if you think something is super cool or awesome, you can say it’s “valid”. This could be a good-looking person, some tasty guacamole, or a fancy car. It’s a versatile slang term that you can use to express your appreciation for anything you find excellent.

Example for using ‘Valid’ in a conversation

Hey, check out this new song I found! It’s so πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

Oh, really? Let me hear it! 🎡🎧

Here you go! 🎢 What do you think?

Wow, this is valid! I love the beat! It’s super catchy. πŸŽΆπŸ’ƒ