What does SMFH mean in text language

What does the abbreviation "smh" mean? Meaning, translation in German


"Smh" is the abbreviation for "Shaking my head" or "Shake my head". Partly also: "Shakin‘ my head ".

It is used in chats, text messages or on social platforms. It expresses that someone has experienced something - amazing, stupid, or terrifying - that made him or her shake their head. Smh thus expresses a lack of understanding. This is the case, for example, when someone posts something stupid or illegal on social media. Here his head is shaken as no words can be found.

SMH can be increased to "smfh". "Smfh" means "Shaking my fucking head". (In German: "I'm shaking my damn head.")
“Smfh” can be increased to “smmfh”. It means: "Shaking my motherfucking head."

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"SMH" is again an Internet abbreviation that saves time and energy, since the words are only typed as abbreviations. So you only have to type 3 letters instead of 15. It also sums up a reaction in a few words.

Other meanings

The abbreviation “smh” can also stand for “stupid minded humans” (in German: “stupid people”) or “so much hate” (in German: so much hatred).

SMH is the abbreviation for the Australian daily newspaper "Sydney Morning Herald".

SMH stood for "Société de Microélectronique et d’Horlogerie" - a Swiss company that produced microelectronics, watchmaking and watchmaking (horlogerie). This was dissolved in 1983 and became part of "The Swatch Group".

SMH also stands for “Sarasota Memorial Hostpital” in Florida, United States of America (USA).

Likewise, SMH also means "Strong Memorial Hospital" in Rochester in the state of New York in the United States of America.

SMH also stands for Stonyhurst Saint Mary’s Hall - a pre-school in Great Britain, near the village of Hurst Green, near Clitheroe in Lancashire, England.

SMH also means "Spider-Man: Homecoming" - a superhero action film released in 2017.

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