Acronyms dictionary ywn or >ywn [wahy duhb-uh l yoo en] Published March 19, 2018 What does ywn mean? Ywn or >ywn is an internet acronym for “you will never,” usually used to introduce specific life experiences someone longs for but feels they can’t have. Where does ywn come from? Examples of ywn >ywn be north sentinelese and escape modernity why live @ottovonschirekt, February, 2018 ywn lend your coat to your girl in the winter on the walk home together... @X8GUTSHOT, February, 2018 >ywn be part of a generations old family restaurant, learning from ur parents &a [sic] grandparents and passing it on to ur kids why live @IDIOT_TEEN, October, 2017 SEE MORE EXAMPLES Who uses ywn? Ywn and >ywn see occasional use on social-media platforms, more commonly among young adults. Ywn and >ywn can also be issued ironically, to mock someone perceived as self-important. It can be used to tout oneself, showing off a quality or accomplishment to the exclusion of others. The acronym is often accompanied by a picture of the longed-for object or a meme reaction expressing how the ywn makes them feel. Just Added grandfluencer, frito pie, walking taco, .5 selfie, pinkwashing Note This is not meant to be a formal definition of ywn like most terms we define on Dictionary.com, but is rather an informal word summary that hopefully touches upon the key aspects of the meaning and usage of ywn that will help our users expand their word mastery.