Yada yada

yada-yada-yada

[yah-duh-yah-duh-yah-duh]
adverb, noun Slang.
Also, yadda-yadda-yadda,, yada-yada,, yadda-yadda.


Origin:
1990–95

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Main Entry:  yada yada
Part of Speech:  interj
Definition:  an indication of meaningless or uninteresting talk or chatter; also [yada yada yada]
Example:  And here she goes again, yada yada yada.
Etymology:  1967; fr Yiddish and Hebrew yadaa 'to know'
Usage:  with many spelling and repetitive variants
Main Entry:  yada yada
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  meaningless or trivial talk; blah blah blah; also yada yada yada
Etymology:  1967; fr Yiddish and Hebrew yadaa 'to know'
Usage:  with many spelling and repetitive variants
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