from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. Slang Variant of yak2.
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- n. chatter
- n. a variant of yak
- v. to vomit, usually because of intoxication
- v. to talk incessantly
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. talk incessantly and tiresomely
- n. noisy talk
Sorry, no etymologies found.
On the other hand, the black skins, those that were black with white hairs intermixed or with a white breast, the uniform bay, the brown, and the light reddish-brown, were classed under the name yack-ah, and were said to resemble each other in being smaller and having shorter nails, in climbing trees, and being so little vicious that they could be pursued with safety.
In it, Busta and his collaborator, P. Diddy, defeat evildoers, get the girls and toast their triumphs with "yack," hip-hop's shorthand for cognac.
So, Obama concedes all they did was "yack" in the U.S.
(thanks for the word mach, haven't heard 'yack' in a while)
In the meantime, I'd like to thank Jeff Cunningham from The Fantasy Review Blogspot for giving me the chance to yack on about my books and writing.
There was no early morning litter-box smell, no pukey gift in the hallway, no hairball-hacking yack yack from under the bed.
I'm a superhero when it comes to rushing my pets outside to yack up whatever they ate hours ago.
We had a great yack, but I figured they were married.
I'd combine these with a tasty McRib sandwich, and then hope I didn't yack into the Red Cedar River on the way home.
The Nats announced on Wednesday that Rob Dibble was permanently leaving the MASN booth -- as Josh DuLac put it in The Post, the team "laid down the smack 'em, yack 'em, sack 'em" on its controversial color man.