YO

Phrase

YO

Abbreviation of years old.

Proper noun

YO

Abbreviation of Yogyakarta, a special region of Indonesia.

Anagrams

• oy

Etymology 1

Interjection

yo

(slang) A greeting similar to hi.

Synonyms: oi, wotcher

(slang) An interjection similar to hey.

Synonyms: ahoy, oi, Thesaurus:hey

(military slang) Present! Here!

Etymology 2

Contraction

yo

(African-American Vernacular) Contraction of you are.

Determiner

yo

(colloquial) Eye dialect spelling of your.

Pronoun

yo

(Baltimore) third-person singular, familiar

Synonyms

• (greeting): hey, hi; see also

• (interjection): hey

Etymology 3

Noun

yo

Abbreviation of year/years old.

Etymology 4

Noun

yo (plural yos)

The letter Ё, ё.

Etymology 5

Numeral

yo

Short for yoleven.

Anagrams

• oy

Source: Wiktionary



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