verb (used without object), yipped, yip·ping.
Origin of yip
Examples from the Web for yips
Cayke was not satisfied, but the other Yips seemed to approve the plan highly.
On the second day the Yips began to wish they had not embarked on this adventure.
No one else is able to make such good cookies as I have cooked, as you and all the Yips know.
But he has lived many years among the Yips, who have found him so wise and intelligent that they always go to him for advice.
The piercing "yips" of cowboys meant nothing but an excess of spirits.The Lady Doc|Caroline Lockhart
British Dictionary definitions for yips
Word Origin for yips
Word Origin and History for yips
1903, possibly from dialectal yip "to cheep like a bird" (early 19c.), from Middle English yippen (mid-15c.), of imitative origin.