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(interjection) : Used to gloat about a) having pulled the wool over one's eyes; b) having made a very witty jab at someone; c) having won a game of witty repartee. (The equivalent of "ha-ha, you lose", or "zing!").
Yoink! Didn't see that one coming, did ya?
Submitted by: George from Canada on Feb. 13, 2006 15:41
(verb) : Declaration of the intention to steal, borrow, or use something. (interj.) yoink! - In many cases the act of declaration implies that the act is auhtorized and can not be refused.
(1)Mr Burns says "Yoink!", when he takes the 1000$ bill from Bart (2)Someone yoinked my I.D. card! —(1)John Swartzwelder (2)anonymous, (1)Broadcast (2) Web, (1)11/23/2003 (2) unkown
Submitted by: Anonymous on Nov. 06, 2005 08:08
Yoke-Swedish (noun) : Mandatory Swedish at all schools and universities in Finland, and mandatory skill of Swedish language required in Finland to get exams or approval to most civil servant positions; a condition in which one lacks liberty to determine which foreign languages one wants to learn.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 11, 2007 10:24
(other) : a mixture between hola and yo
Yola what are you doing today! —ialdsdg, me, idk
Submitted by: yola on Feb. 10, 2008 19:35
: a combination of yo and hola. Used as a greeting
Submitted by: Courtney from Ohio on Oct. 05, 2007 18:46
(interjection) : hello
Yola, my friend
Submitted by: kk from Tennessee on Nov. 26, 2006 18:26
(abbreviation) : you ought to look out
Submitted by: on Apr. 28, 2013 11:14
(abbreviation) : you only live once
Submitted by: Anonymous on Apr. 03, 2012 03:14
(adverb) : A space filler; used to make a new topic.
Yolo, who would like to talk about animals?
Submitted by: Mick Kastner, Lauren Colletti from New Jersey on Oct. 11, 2005 20:34
yonderneath (adverb) : [yonder + underneath] underneath something somewhere in a place relatively close, usually within sight
Child: Mom, where did you put those permission slips for the field trip? Mother: Yonderneath, on the credenza.
Submitted by: Ivan Greathouse from Texas on Apr. 20, 2008 17:42
(noun) : U.P.: abreviation of Upper Peninsula of Michigan, as a distinct region, designates its populace as "Yoopers". The earliest published use, by the Dictionary of American Regional English is August 5, 1979. The Escanaba Daily Press published a contest to name the folks who live in the UP. Nominated by Brett Crawford of Bark River: Yooper...
Yooper: a heartfelt self-description of one in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, past or present. —Dictionary of American Regional English, Escanaba Daily Press, August 5, 1979
Submitted by: Lois Haglund from Michigan on Mar. 01, 2007 01:59
(noun) : A resident of Michigan's Upper Peninsula
Submitted by: Tanya Hiltonen from Michigan on Oct. 27, 2005 09:47
(noun) : A person between the ages of 13-17 This isn't part of definition: reason to coin this new word is because the definition of teen contains a lot of negative words and this age group needs a good short, word that be used for them.
Our Yoot are tomorrow's leaders.
Submitted by: momstitch on May. 16, 2006 08:55
(other) : presides for "it" when "it" seems to bland
"Yoot's all your fault!" Jonny cried. "You broke the vase!"
Submitted by: Patrick Surd from North Carolina on Nov. 01, 2005 18:53
yop (interjection) : "I am here" or "we are here." Yop can be used 2 ways. First, as an interjection to announce the presence of one or more people. Second, to stress the fact that the person has been in a given place, but that no one has been listening to them, and they need to announce themselves in order to be voice heard, be it over other nois...
"Yop!" 1st used by Dr. Suess. It was the word that a silent child made that broke through and got others to listen the Who's. Since then it's been used by kids to say "I am here," or on blogs where people feel that a given subject has not received the attention that some people feel that the subject merits. May be spelle... —Dr. Suess, Horton Hears a Who, 1954
Submitted by: Sidume from Virginia on Nov. 28, 2005 01:52
Yorkiepoo (noun) : Yorkshire Terrier + Poodle = Yorkiepoo
The lady was walking a cute Yorkiepoo this morning.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Sep. 24, 2007 12:43
(noun) : Southern term used to address a group of people.
Have youins seen Mary lately?
Submitted by: Glenda from Tennessee on Feb. 13, 2006 18:31
(noun) : Redneck for you or yourself.
Why don't youins and me go down to the store.
Submitted by: James Spence from Georgia Us on Dec. 01, 2005 16:37