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Definition yo

Etymology 1

From Middle English yo, io, ȝo, yeo, yaw, variant forms of ya, ye (“yes, yea”), from Old English ġēa (“yes, yea”), from Proto-Germanic *ja (“yes”), from Proto-Indo-European *yē (“already”); or perhaps from Old English ēow (“Wo!, Alas!”, interjection). Compare Danish, Swedish, Norwegian jo (“yes”), Flemish jow (“hi, hey”) and Dutch jo (“hi, hey”). More at yea, ow, ew.

Interjection

yo

  1. (slang) A greeting similar to hi.
  2. (slang) An interjection similar to hey.
  3. (military slang) Present! Here!

Etymology 2

From you're, your, etc.

Contraction

yo

  1. (African American Vernacular) Contraction of you are.
Determiner

yo

  1. (colloquial) Eye dialect spelling of your.
Pronoun

yo

  1. (Baltimore) third-person singular, familiar

Etymology 3

Noun

yo

  1. Abbreviation of year/years old.

Etymology 4

From Russian ё (jo).

Pronoun

yo (plural yos)

  1. The letter Ё, ё.