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Etymology 1Edit

From Middle English yoten, yeten (to pour), from Old English ġēotan (to pour), from Proto-Germanic *geutaną (to pour), from Proto-Indo-European *ǵʰewd- (to pour). Cognate with Saterland Frisian joote (to pour), West Frisian jitte (to pour), Dutch gieten (to pour), German gießen (to pour), Danish gyde (to pour). Related to gush, geyser.

VerbEdit

yote (third-person singular simple present yotes, present participle yoting, simple past and past participle yoted)

  1. (Britain dialectal) To pour water on; pour in.
  2. (archaic or dialectal) To steep.
    My fowls, which well enough / I, as before, found feeding at their trough / Their yoted wheat. — Chapman.

Etymology 2Edit

From coyote

NounEdit

yote (plural yotes)

  1. Abbreviation of coyote.

Etymology 3Edit

From analysis of yeet as a strong verb, by analogy with Germanic ablaut formations such as spoke (from speak) and wrote (from write). Consider also thunk, squoze, and drug.

VerbEdit

yote

  1. (humorous) simple past tense of yeet.

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AdjectiveEdit

yote

  1. Mi class inflected form of -ote.
  2. Ma class inflected form of -ote.
  3. N class inflected form of -ote (singular only).