In a minute he'll yodel like the singing cowboys in the movies he loved so much as a kid.
Then I discovered that there is a trill, a tiny grace note or yodel, at the end of his second note.
Graham promptly answered: "Yes, silly—she'll wear goatskin—and she'll yodel."
The case of yodel, the auctioneer, was even more inscrutable.
But he did not yodel in the yard or whistle under the window.
I explored the vicinity of the cave, and risked a yodel or two, but there was no response.
It immediately became a case of he who laughs first, lives to yodel.
His voice broke badly in the yodel and he was jeered by a rude audience.
We understand that the yodel waistcoat will also be heard this spring.
Just then a melodious Swiss yodel broke the stillness of the early morning and Billie laughed.
1827, from German jodeln, from dialectal German jo, an exclamation of joy, of imitative origin.