- From Middle English yoten, yeten ("to pour"), from Old English ġēotan ("to pour"), from Proto-Germanic *geutanan (“to pour”), from Proto-Indo-European *ǵʰew-, *ǵʰōw- (“to pour”). Cognate with Dutch gieten ("to pour"), German gießen ("to pour"), Danish gyde ("to pour"). Related to gush, geyser. (Wiktionary)
“I would generally agree with that statement especially if the 'yote is too near your house or your henhouse.”
“I hope this yote was a momma and went back and taught her pups that chihuahuas are good prey.”
“Not that many 'yote's around and ammo is cheap for good practice!”
“Yeah imagine what the animal lovers would say when they saw a pink red yellow and blue yote!”
“#4 Buck is a yote bobcat & puma, badger etc, load.”
“After watching a 'yote come in over a mile away just to get in a territorial dispute with another coyote just out of range, this coyote appeared from out of no where.”
“I would have to be very desperate to knowingly eat a yote or any dog.”
“I boiled a yote to get the bones clean for my son's science project.”
“I havent tried yote, but yotes are like dogs which are like wolves which are like bear, which taste good, so maybe.”
“Randy Anderson has truly mastered the art of yote talk.”
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