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Greetings; interjection used for attracting attention Wikipedia.org records the neologism 'yo' as originating in Philadelphia "decades ago." 'Yo' is of colloquial nature, and is used most More…

yo

Short for "your" second person possessive pronoun. =You need to sit yo narrow behind back down. Etymology : Common in southern or African American dialects of spoken English, More…

yo (5)

hey, hello ="Yo! What are you doing to my car?” Etymology : The phrase is thought to be made popular as a sailor or huntsman’s call circa 1420. It gained popularity during World War More…

yo crib

A word phrase to denote someone’s house. =Yo is a clipped word from the word ‘your’. Crib is implying ‘home’. Just as one can consider a baby’s crib as a place the baby resides, so does More…

yodo

(creative formation; abbreviation) you only die once ="Yolo isn't the right thing to say! You live every single day! Instead what we really mean is yodo." Etymology : A More…

yoga

exercising yoga As a foreigner, Kyonghoon didn’t really know the difference between noun and verb. However, now I found myself asking people saying, ‘Do you yoga?’ instead More…

yogalates

an exercise routine that combines Pilates exercises and the breathing and moves from Yoga =People enjoyed the higher intensity of Pilates, but also wanted the flexibility that comes with More…

yoink

to take or steal. Presumably, metonymy occurred, relating acquiring something to taking something (since acquiring as it occurs in video games rarely happens in real life). Thus, when one More…

Yoink

An interjection used to accentuate the action of filching anothers property. Yoink is simply an interjection used to accentuate friendly misappropriation of property. It is used to let the More…

yoke

(Past participle used as an adjective.; Semantic change and polysemy with yoke which means a wooden crosspiece that is worn by a strong animal, normally an ox, to carry materials or move a More…

Yoked

Describing one who is very large and muscular. Especially when referring to the upper body. =This word refers to the term used to mean a team of oxen. Since oxen are known to be strong More…

Yoked(1)

(adjective) Being extremely muscular. Likely coming from the fact that the person is now strong, like an ox, and can presumably be attached to a yoke and pull a cart or plow. “Getting yoked” More…

yola

Hi “Yola” is a concise and clever alterative to “hi”, “hey”, “what’s up?”, and other quick, casual greetings. =Yola! Etymology : More…

Yolk

(Conversion from noun to verb) Yolk, V - To squirt (egg) yolk [Conversion from noun to verb of O.E. 'yeolca', no affixes added] =No apparent relation to any social group, as the More…

yolked

(semantic change (possibly a folk etymology)) This is a term meaning to be very muscular. A very common term amongst body builders and college students. =Get Yolked Without The Yolk! More…

YOLO

You only live once. =Interestingly on the West coast it is slang for cocaine. Unsure of which meaning came about first but it would seem possible that YOLO describes a risk takers More…

yolo

Acronym for you only live once. Used to defend one's stupid or wrongful actions or to convince someone else to do something they normally would not do. =Person 1: "I don't More…

yolo (1)

(abbreviation) you only learn once ="Our team name for the Rice Puzzle Challenge is Team YOLO: You Only Learn Once" Etymology : an abbreviation of you only learn once =Used More…

YOLO (2)

You only live once. First used by the singer/rapper Drake in his song "The Motto." Many have adopted YOLO as the motto of their lives, using it as a reminder that life is short, More…

YOLO [2]

Acronym for "you only live once", signifying that hedonistic actions should be taken due to one's mortality. Used generally as a justification for poor decision making. More…


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