Spanish word that sounds like "why"?
What is the meaning of the Spanish word that sounds like "why" in English? I think it means something like "great". How do spell this word in Spanish?
Are you referring to the word "guay"?
...unless you got the meaning wrong and the word you are hearing in 'hay' (pronounced 'aigh') meaning there is/are
(...or maybe I'm completely wrong)
I found the following, all meaning "wow" and all being copies of English "wow":
¡uau! ¡wow! ¡guau!
And there is another interjection that sounds like "why", meaning "woe" or "oh":
I am going with "Oye!". Oye can mean "listen" and it can mean "Hey!".
Oye, si ves a Gustavo dile que me llame. (Listen, if you see Gustavo tell him to call me.)
Oye chica! (Hey girl!)
It is used all the time to start a sentence.
HI everyybody, if Keith is talking about Spain it is certainly guay, very colloquial, meaning cool.