verb (used with or without object), yo·deled, yo·del·ing, or (especially British) yo·delled, yo·del·ling.
Origin of yodel
Examples from the Web for yodel
In a minute he'll yodel like the singing cowboys in the movies he loved so much as a kid.The Stacks: The Neville Brothers Stake Their Claim as Bards of the Bayou|John Ed Bradley|April 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Graham promptly answered: "Yes, silly—she'll wear goatskin—and she'll yodel."Highacres|Jane Abbott
I explored the vicinity of the cave, and risked a yodel or two, but there was no response.The Boy Scouts Book of Stories|Various
The strife rewarded, the ascent accomplished, we are profoundly grateful for the yodel of human fellowship.Mountain Meditations|L. Lind-af-Hageby
We understand that the yodel waistcoat will also be heard this spring.
It immediately became a case of he who laughs first, lives to yodel."And they thought we wouldn't fight"|Floyd Gibbons
British Dictionary definitions for yodel
verb -dels, -delling or -delled or US -dels, -deling or -deled
Word Origin for yodel
Word Origin and History for yodel
1827, from German jodeln, from dialectal German jo, an exclamation of joy, of imitative origin.