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Yeard

(Noun) A beard that has been growing for exactly a year without being shaven =The definition of ‘yeard’ is easy to guess given that the word is a blend between ‘beard’ and ‘year’. More…

yeet

(An exclamation.) An exclamation used as affirmation or in excitement. ="Yeet" can essentially be used interchangeably with the word "yes" or any another word implying More…

Yeet

(Verb) To leave hastily; abandon =‘Yeet’ is usually used in relation to an event that the speaker does not want to attend. Therefore, the noun with which it is used may be seen in a More…

Yeet10

Used mostly in text and instant messaging conversations, this exclamation is used in the same context as saying “Yes!” in response to making plans and doing activities. I believe that it is More…

Yello

yes and hello, why are you calling, how can I help you? =Person answering phone: Yello? Etymology : Blend of yeah or yes and hello. Yes is probably from Old English gea, ge More…

yellow

The color yellow, and a name synonymous with DHL Express, a mailing company. An advertising campaigns’ attempt to make a metaphorical reference between Yellow and Brown, both of which More…

yellow fever

Having an irresistible attraction to Asiatic people (as opposed to its original meaning, the disease of the same name). Used by a friend in describing his preferences in women. =Used by a More…

Yellow Fever

The condition of having an unusually high affinity for Asians of opposite sex. Can also be used to describe the craze for Asian goods, popular culture, etc. The term "yellow More…

Yellow fever

(noun) Being attracted towards those of Asian ethnicity. =Alex has got yellow fever bad. Etymology : using "yellow" as a kind of disease =Alex Suarez 10/2/11

yellow fever (2)

a strong inclination to be physically attracted to Asian people, particulary Asian women =The term is often used in a negative manner to refer to those who are strongly attracted to More…

yellow fever (3)

an attraction to only Asians =Michael only thinks Asians are hot, I think he's got a serious case of yellow fever. Etymology : a compound of "yellow" in reference to the More…

Yellow-Belly

(Noun) Yellow-Belly is a noun and a conversion. The first use of yellow bellied in the US comes from the 1800 hundreds Texas, that was about to engage in a war with Mexico and the More…

yeperu

a more lively yes. The word yeparu came out of me because I wanted to say yes but in a more lively fashion. The -aru ending could be spelled many ways but the main image I have after I said More…

Yeppies

people, usually in their twenties, who are afraid to commit, dont like decisions, and don't take life seriously yet. This word is a good reference for a portion of the population. These More…

Yeppies

People, usually in their twenties, who are afraid to commit, dont like decisions, and don't take life seriously yet. This word is a good reference for a portion of the population. These More…

yer

A possessive form of you. It can also be used in the case of you are as well. =Yer is just used as sounding out you are or your. It has become sort of a slang word or shortened from an More…

yesh

Yes; correct; it is so Yesh was formed from a common typo committed in typing yes. The increasing usage of colloquialized 'yeah' for 'yes' used in informal online communication (instant More…

yesh

yes, usually meant in a very strong sense. The "s" tends to be extended. ="Yessssh." Etymology : It appears to be a blend of the words "yes" and More…

Yessir

(compounding) An affirmative statement, such as yes, but meant to have more enthusiasm and excitement. It is derived from the saying “yes sir” but has been combined into one word. However, More…

yesterclass

The class session prior to this one, though it may have been several days ago "Last class" is awkward and "yesterday" is inaccurate. Really an analogy to "yesterday". =What did we do More…


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