Meaning of USSIE

What Does USSIE Mean?

USSIE means "Group Selfie" or "Us Selfie." It is a self-taken group photograph. A photograph may qualify as an USSIE when the picture taker and one other person are in the photograph. There is no maximum number of participants. Typically, the background of an USSIE is the reason for the photograph. For example, many USSIES are taken with celebrities or in front of monuments.

Possibly the most famous USSIE is "the picture that broke Twitter" at the 2014 Oscars.

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Within a few hours, this USSIE had been retweeted by more than 2.5 million people.
Summary of Key Points

Definition for USSIE

USSIE means "Group Selfie". This is the most common definition for USSIE on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, and Twitter. Here is some more information about USSIE:

Definition:Group Selfie
3: Guessable
Typical Users:
Adults and Teenagers
An Image for USSIE
When I write USSIE, I mean this:

meaning of USSIE
An USSIE is a self-taken group photograph.

Examples of USSIE in Sentences

Here is an example of USSIE being used in a conversation:
  • Person A: I uploaded the photos from our holiday.
  • Person B: Finally! I want to use our USSIE in front of the pyramid as my cover photo.

An Academic Look at USSIE

The term USSIE is a portmanteau word, which is the term for when two words are merged into one. (DOKE (from Diet Coke) is another example of a portmanteau word.)
The term USSIE is an amalgam of the words "us" and "selfie."

Our Slide Show "The Evolution of the SELFIE"

Read more about the different types of SELFIE.
A Text with USSIE

Using USSIE on a Cell Phone (SMS Texts, Whatsapp, and Yubl)


See Also

SELFIE (self-taken camera picture of oneself) BELFIE (self-taken camera picture of your bottom) HELFIE (self-taken camera picture of one's hair) SELFIE (a drunken self-taken camera picture) DRONIE (a drone-taken camera picture of oneself) WELFIE (self-taken camera picture of oneself working out) SHELFIE (self-taken camera picture of a shelf) YOUIE (self-taken camera picture of someone else) FELFIE (a self-taken camera picture of a farmer)