yack

yack

[yak]
verb (used without object), noun Slang.
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yacker, noun
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yack (jæk)
 
n, —vb
a variant spelling of yak

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yack
"to talk, to chatter," slang, 1950, probably echoic (cf. Australian slang yacker "talk, conversation," 1882). Yackety is recorded from 1953
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yack definition

[jæk] and [jɔk, jək]
and yock; yuck; yuk
  1. n.
    a foolish person. : Who's the yock wearing the red bandana?
  2. n.
    idle chatter. : I've heard enough yack to last me a lifetime.

  3. Go to yak. :
Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions by Richard A. Spears.Fourth Edition.
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