Used as a cover-up when a person gives an awkward answer to a question.
Witness: Some people say cucumber taste better pickled but that's not always true.
Lawyer: What?
Witness: Huh?
Lawyer: What?
Witness: Huh?
de semanon 6 mars 2008
A word that is always in anime.
Also, it is another word for 'what?', etc.
Example #1

Anime Boy: Huh? What was that sound?
Anime Girl: Huh?

Example #2

Girl: You a a complete jerk!
Boy: Huh?
de HappyGirl1993 21 octobre 2010
The word used right after a question from someone who is persistent for an immediate answer. This person will often ask random questions just to start conversation without giving you a chance to reply before they ask another question.
Ricky: "what did you think of those titties? - Huh?"

Bob: no reply

Ricky: "hey, what are you doing after work today? - Huh?"

Bob: looks at Ricky but didnt hear him.

Ricky: "you gonna take your truck in to the shop or what? I told ya I can give you a ride. - Huh?"

Bob: "god damn man! would you give me a second to answer you?!"
de ALCscratch 21 janvier 2011
An alternative form of "what?" used by morons.
Guy 1: "John what day is it?"
John: "Huh?"
Guy-1: "John next time you say Huh? im going to teabag you to death."
John: "Huh?"
Guy-1: proceeds to teabag.
de 94TegDriver 18 février 2010
the german equivelant to the words: who, what, when, where, why and how. it is used in everyday life in situations where you dont have any idea of what is going on. most frequently used by german teachers.
Student: sir, where do babies come from?
German teacher: Huh?!!!!!
Student: errrrrrr...... what?
de MOONBEAM original 10 avril 2008
you better say it again because I'm not sure if I heard right , say it again to make sure ; they said something that's not good so then your like huh?
girl: I'm so sick of you!
guy : huh?
de what girl? 12 avril 2005
One of the replies most often appropriate to a question asked by a halfwit or fool.
Q: Is it safe to eat pubic hair?

A: Huh?
de Rodgerist 3 décembre 2011

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