A scatalogical derivation of the definite article "the", arising due to the over-used and over-rated nature of the "e" vowel. Used generally positioned to the front of a noun.
2. Not-so-definitive article.
A secondary derivation of the definite article "the". It's existance enhances the not-so-definitive nature of the English language, as well as the definitive nature of the noun or adjective succeeding it.
3. It's so 'teh', it ceases to be defined or even an article.
A tertiary derivation of the definate article "the" as well as the secondary derivation of the definitive article "teh" as well as the primary derivation of the not-so-definitive article "teh". Must be used only in scenarios where deemed grammatically inappropriate. The term in itself implies a sense of ostentatiousness, a sense of foreboding, a sense od delirium and a sense of altriustic narcissism. It is commonly employed to elicit a response of confusion and when used in the correct dosage may induce brain-death. Extra points are rewarded for using the term "teh" in so called 'combos' consisting of "teh"s and "Über"s. Warning: failure to urinate may result in discomfort.
Def 2. Maaaaan, that stuff you gave me last week. One word baby: TEH awesome.
Def 3. Proposition 628 is liek teh teh Über teh. Purple monkey dishwasher.
2. For leet speakers, 'the', 'very', or both at the same time. There is no 'the'
2. I am teh 00ber on CS!!!!1111
"He is teh "morpheus11".