What is SMH? SMH Meaning. What does SMH Mean?

Here we are going to tell you about what SMH means, the meaning of SMH, the definition of SMH, the acronym of SMH, the abbreviation of SMH from which you will get to know the SMH slang meaning, the SMH definition, the SMH abbreviation, the SMH acronym and how this slang word SMH is used in the conversations.

So, then what is SMH? For what does SMH stand?

The internet slang SMH stands for the short form of “Shaking My Head” or “Shake My Head”. SMH is used while texting, chatting, messaging, emailing, posting etc. in social networking sites like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram etc. in response when someone find the other’s act or sayings/statements unbelievably stupid and dumb or when someone is disappointed with someone or something and cannot express his/her disappointment or disgust or embarrassment in words.

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The acronym SMH also stands for “So Much Hate” or “So Madly Hated” which is used to express hatred when someone badly hates someone or something that he/she find it upsetting or frustrating. It is also used for “So Many Haters”.

The abbreviation SMH also refers “Sonic Maurice Hedgehog” from the Mobius Prime universe or Sonic (future version) from the alternate future Mobius.

The SMH is also the short form of “Somehow”.

The SMH also means “Sup My Homies” Or “So My Homies” which is used as greeting.

Another meaning of slang SMH is “Stole My Heart” which is used when someone is falling in love or very much affectionate with someone.

The SMH also goes for “Sydney Morning Herald”, the name of a newspaper in New South Wales (Australia).

Likewise, there are several other meanings of slang word SMH i.e. “So Much Hype” or “Signal Message Handling” or “Steal My Hourglass” or “Show Me Hope” or “ Send Me Hugs” or “Smiling Mad Hard” or “Slap My Head” or “So Much Hell” or “Smash My Head” or “Smack My Horse” or “Smack My Hooker” etc.

How is SMH used in the conversations?

Some of the examples of how the acronym SMH is used in the conversations are:

Boy 1: I was so crazy about her that I wrote her name in my hands with a knife.

Boy 2: SMH (Shaking My Head).


Girl 1: I hit that guy.

Girl 2: Why?

Girl 1: He was staring at my sister so badly.

Girl 2: I am really SMH (Shaking My Head).


Girl 1: I don’t understand why he is trying on me? I already told him I have a boyfriend. SMH (Shaking My Head)

Girl 2: He is not a bad guy…we can talk to him.


A: She liked him so badly but found him gay at the end of the day.

B: SMH…a gay?


X: I SMH (So Much Hate) her.

Y: Why?

X: She once dumped me.

Y: oh.


A: I SMH (So Much Hate) that guy. He bullied me in public when I was new in the school.

B: Really. SMH (Shaking My Head).


X: That guy is so annoying. I SMH (So Much Hate) him. He once told everyone that I was his girlfriend.

Y: SMH (Shaking My Head)

And so on.

What do you think? Why did people start using abbreviate words?

Today's people feel more comfortable using the abbreviate words as they are easy to type in their devices like mobile, tablets, laptops etc. The new generation is getting more addicted to the internet and nothing seems possible without it to them. They spent most of their time on the internet for different purposes. So, these types of slang words are easy for them to type and understand in internet conversations. They also feel updated and trendy using these slang words.

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