Here’s how to use the word “Usainly” in a sentence

Usain Bolt of Jamaica celebrates after winning gold in the Men’s 200 metres final during day six of the 15th IAAF World Athletics Championships Beijing 2015 at Beijing National Stadium on August 27, 2015 in Beijing, China. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images for IAAF)

BUZZ Fam, we got you-the next time you hear someone use the term ‘Usainly’ you won’t have to be scratching your head wondering what they’re talking about.

And don’t worry, we’re not judging you for not figuring out that it’s used in reference to the world’s fastest man- Usain Bolt.

The word was first used in an ad that Bolt did for used car retailer Carmax, and since then his fans have been having fun finding different ways to use it.

But Bolt wanted to make sure that they were utilizing it properly, and so on Monday morning, he gave them a definition of the term on his Instagram account.

“According to new discovery after centuries of searching for the right word to describe speed they glimpsed a 6’5 country yute,” he wrote. “‘USAINLY” means Awesome or incredibly but primarily is used in reference to the worlds fastest man. ⚡️”

Upon his prompting, fans used the new word in sentences to show that they’ve grasped it.

“I use to bowl Usainly Fast,” one commented.

“Usainly fast is the way to move on the broad way 😂,” another wrote.


“Hope you return to this years Olympics, we want to see another usainly fast performance from you bolt 🔥,” someone wrote.