American School Slang Expression: Vocabulary Y                     [back]

ya heard (phr)


Do you understand? Do you get it? Do you agree? The party was hype, ya heard. [University of Missouri, Kansas City, Kansas City, MO, 1999]

ya know this (int)


Expression of agreement or reassurance. You're gonna pass. Ya know this! [University of Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette, LA]

yahtzee (int)


An exclammation used identify a horrifying member of the opposite sex. (E.g., when an unattractive woman walks by. Watch out. Yahtzee! [Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1999]

yeah cow (int)


Ok; that's cool. Yeah cow! Let's see a flick. [Jackson State University, Jackson, MS]

yeah thanks (int)


Okay; it doesn't matter. Jim: I already cleaned our room. Bill: Yeah thanks!! [West Virginia State College, Institute, WV, 1998]

yeapa-snapa (n)


1. Female genitalia. Dat damn yeapa-snapa will get you in trouble every time!! 2. Women. There was a buncha yeapa-snapa hanging out on the quad after class. [Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, 1998]



1. (int) A general filler or attention-getter. Yo that song is tight. [University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, 1998] 2. (adj) Your. Where'd ya park yo car? [Peabody Conservatory, Baltimore, MD]

yo bus aint cang (phr)


I'm sorry about your bad luck. You caught your hair on fire? Looks like yo bus aint cang. [Miami University, Oxford, OH, 1999]

yoha broha (greeting)


Salutations my good fellow; what's up. Yoha broha! Where ya been since lunch? [North Seattle Community College, Seattle, WA]

yoke (n)


Semen. She gots da yoke all over her shirt. [Clemson University, Clemson, SC, 1999]

yoni {vulgar} (n)


Clitoris. I fingered my girl's yoni last night. [Southwestern University, Georgetown, TX, 1998]

You can't run with the wolves when you piss like a puppy! (phr)


You are too young or not mature enought to hang with us. Get lost; you can't run with the wolves when you piss like a puppy! [University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 1998]

you damn skippy (int)


Yes--with emphasis. Are you going to see that model tonight? You damn skippy! [Florida A& M University, Tallahassee, FL, 1998]

you go girl! (you go boy!) (phr)


An exclamation of praise; great job; right on. I just aced my bio exam. You go girl! [Yale University, New Haven, CT, 1999]

young (voc)


Something to call a friend; a way to address someone. Comes from the word "young buck," or "youngin". Young, peep this. [Montgomery College, Gaithersburg, MD, 1999]

your six (phr)


Behind you. You betta watch your six. [University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI]

yummy (adj)


Good looking. That guy in the blue shirt is yummy. [Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, 1998]

yummy pants (n)


 An attractive female.   Check out the yummy pants at the bar. [University of Missouri at Kansas City,  Kansas City, MO]

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