Instead of doing what Yes had asked, No lay down, shut his eyes, and forgot about the yock.
What should now forbid that I whirl you away on the next car to Ne yock, and marry you right off?
"I yock it," she answered, placing her hand upon her own small crib, rocking it to and fro.
[echoic, perhaps of Yiddish origin]
A greeting or said to get someone's attention; hey: Yo, dudes and babes!
[1859+; even though yo and yoho are very old utterances, found by 1420, the recent revival of yo as a primarily black interjection has spawned comment; Ernest Paolino of Philadelphia, indignant because a New York writer had claimed the syllable for New York, recalls it from the 1930s as shortening of walyo; in the WWII Army it was the common form of here! used in responding to roll-calls]
An exclamation of disgust: ''Those women on the PBS specials seem to love it.'' ''Yuck,'' Connie mugged (1969+)
A disgusting substance, person, or thing; someone or something nasty: precipitation in the form of rain, snow, and assorted other atmospheric yuck/ clean all the yecch out of her system/ Mario is an intellectually dishonest person. He's just yecch (1943+)
[perhaps echoic of gagging or vomiting]