Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of yat.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Is it like the talmudic 'yats'a bat-kol'the daughter of the voice came out which is a standard way of expressing that a message has been sent from heaven?

    languagehat.com: A VOICE CRYING.

  • Yats are the old-school, white, historically working class residents of the city (although many yats have migrated to the suburbs and neighboring parishes, and the yat accent is not nearly as common as it once was in the city proper).

    Just the Facts, Ma'am

  • Yats are the old-school, white, historically working class residents of the city (although many yats have migrated to the suburbs and neighboring parishes, and the yat accent is not nearly as common as it once was in the city proper).

    Makin' Groceries

  • Yats are the old-school, white, historically working class residents of the city (although many yats have migrated to the suburbs and neighboring parishes, and the yat accent is not nearly as common as it once was in the city proper).

    Archive 2005-08-01

  • Dominici, in the role of a forty-year-old subtropical Fagin, had rounded up a dope-fiend krewe of yats and entered into a compact with a number of French Quarter art dealers, notably one Peter Patout, a descendant of a leading antebellum Louisiana sugar plantation family, to steal and sell a large parcel of the city’s most treasured commodity: the dead, or at least the accoutrements of the dead.

    The Lampshade

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