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yew

interjection onomatopoeia
an embodiment or expression of stoke or excitement.
 
“My parents bought a house in town, we’re going to be neighbors, yew!”
Etymology : This originates in Australian surf slang as an expression of stoke, presumable as an imitation of some sort of yell or call that someone would make in a crowd to express exicitment.
Source : conversation with a friend 10/2013
Last modified: 24 November 2013


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