Origin of yak1
Definition for yak (2 of 4)
verb (used without object), yakked, yak·king.
Origin of yak2
Related formsyak·ker, noun
Definition for yak (3 of 4)
noun, verb (used with or without object), yakked, yak·king. Slang.
Definition for yak (4 of 4)
or yuck, yock, yok, yak
verb (used with or without object), yukked, yuk·king.
Origin of yuk1
Examples from the Web for yak
Pop Yak was a grizzled man who had watched Bryce fighting with another kid.The Man Who Staked the Stars|Charles Dye
In the tent my guard lighted a fire of yak's dung, and the tent was filled with a suffocating smoke, which well-nigh choked me.In the Forbidden Land|Arnold Henry Savage Landor
There is the skin of a Yak in the Zoological Museum, which coincides pretty nearly with the foregoing description.Delineations of the Ox Tribe|George Vasey
A little later a large vessel with a delicious stew of yak meat was brought to me, as well as tsamba in abundance.An Explorer's Adventures in Tibet|A. Henry Savage Landor
The yak's-tail chowries, or fly-brushes, and the fans of peacocks' feathers, are emblems of royalty throughout the East.