yakity-yakked

yackety-yak

[yak-i-tee-yak] Slang.
verb (used without object), yackety-yakked, yackety-yakking, noun
yak2.
Also, yackety-yack, yakety-yak, yakity-yak.


Origin:
1945–50; apparently imitative

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yakety-yak

[yak-i-tee-yak]
verb (used without object), yakety-yakked, yakety-yakking, noun
Slang. yak2.
Also, yakity-yak.
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yackety-yak (ˌjækɪtɪˈjæk)
 
n
slang Sometimes shortened to: yak noisy, continuous, and trivial talk or conversation
 
[of imitative origin]

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yackety-yak definition

[ˈjækədiˈjæk]
  1. n.
    chatter; gossip. : That's enough yackety-yak. Quiet!
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