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yeet (3)

interjection; clipping
Used when one wants to express excitement or approval.
 
Used mostly as slang and in casual language. Yeet can be used as a replacement of “Yes!” to show excitement or approval. In other cases, Yeet can be used to express the dance move shown in a 2014 vine that gained 40 million views. When Yeet is used in this instance, Yeet is converted back to Yah Yeet and often yelled with excitement as a cheer to whoever is dancing. In other instances, Yeet is yelled when one throws an object, often trash thrown to the trash can. Yeet can also be used to show the user’s disapproval of a situation and decides to leave. In this instance, Yeet is used as a verb like so: “I yeeted out of class because I was bored.”
Etymology : Originated in the mid-2000s to express excitement but was popularized by a Vine video in 2014 of a boy nicknamed Lil Meatball dancing in the midst of others yelling “YAH YEET!” From here, Yeet is a clipping of Yah Yeet. Later Yeetus the Fetus was formed to describe an abortion as throwing away the fetus. From here, Yeet is a clipping of Yeetus the Fetus.
Source : Text from a friend – “I want to yeet out of class.” October 4, 2019
Last modified: 13 December 2019


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