What does Weva mean?

‘Weva’ is slang for ‘Whatever’

When hip youngsters want to show they’re uninterested or unfazed by what you’re saying, they might use the term ‘weva’ instead of ‘whatever.’ This is a bit cheeky, but it’s commonly used between pals, siblings, and significant others who can be a bit brisk with each other.

It’s not uncommon for teenagers to use ‘weva’ when speaking to their parents, though it’s not typically seen as polite. The use of ‘weva’ suggests a lack of concern or interest in the topic at hand.

For instance, if you ask your partner what they’re in the mood for dinner and they respond with ‘weva,’ it implies that they’re open to anything. This is your green light to choose from your favourite food joint.

Example for using ‘Weva’ in a conversation

Hey, what do you want to do tonight?

Weva. I’m up for anything.