Quick Bae Definition
Bae means babe or baby.
What Does Bae Mean? – The Full Answer
Bae is a slang abbreviation for babe or baby.
It is used as a term of affection to address or refer to your girlfriend, boyfriend or any other type of significant other.
BAE is also a slang acronym that stands for Before Anyone Else.
BAE was constructed as a back-fitted acronym to fit the letters and meaning of bae. This is often (but incorrectly) cited as the origin of the term, which had already been in use for several years before this acronym was created.
The abbreviation bae and the acronym bae essentially mean the same thing and are used in the same way. So, there’s no need to fight over which one is correct.
You can also use bae as an adjective to describe someone or something as attractive, great or cool.
Where Would You See And Hear Bae?
In everyday speech, texting and chat, and on social media such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, and messaging apps such as Snapchat.
If they don’t text you when they drunk, they not Bae.
Boredddddd!!!!! Where’s bae at ?!?
To the girl who took my number in the queue at Starbucks this morning, you bae af!
When you at the function but you told bae you sleeping and she walk in and see you.. 🙃
Ex: Hey Bae I miss you😊
Me: I can’t talk ✋ I’m in a funeral ⚱
Ex: Yooh Who died 😱?
Me: My feelings for you. 😊
Random Bae Stuff
Although bae has been in use since the early 2000s, its popularity peaked in 2014. Bae made the shortlist that year for Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year, but lost out to vape.
On May 8, 2014, Pharrell Williams released Come Get It Bae, which was from his album, Girl (2014). The song features uncredited vocals from Miley Cyrus and Tori Kelly.
Other Bae Meanings
Bæ is a Danish word for poop.
BAE Systems is a British multinational defense, security and aerospace company.
Salt Bae is a Turkish chef and restaurateur who owns Nusr-Et, a chain of Turkish steak houses. His style of cooking and preparing meat became an internet sensation.
Bae Suzy is a South Korean singer and actress.
Last Updated: June 2, 2018