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yeet

[ yeet ]
/ yit /
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interjection

(an exclamation of enthusiasm, approval, triumph, pleasure, joy, etc.): If we're lucky, all of Wisconsin will be yelling “Yeet!” when the Packers make a second trip to Tampa this year.

verb (used with object)

to hurl or move forcefully: Somebody just yeeted a water bottle into the crowd.He's an early riser, so his mom never had to yeet him out of bed!

verb (used without object)

to move forcefully or quickly: My cat yeeted out of there in a big hurry.

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Origin of yeet

First recorded in 2005–10; exclamation of excitement that spread as the name of a dance in Black social media culture
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