yahoo

IPA: jˈɑhu

noun

  • (derogatory) A rough, coarse, loud or uncouth person
  • (cryptozoology) A humanoid cryptid said to exist in parts of eastern Australia, and also reported in the Bahamas.
  • (fiction) One of a race of brutes, who look and act similar to men, inhabiting the same land as the civilized Houyhnhnms.
  • (informal) An employee of the Internet company Yahoo!.

verb

  • To give a cry of "yahoo".
  • (Internet, informal) To search using the Yahoo! search engine.
  • Alternative letter-case form of yahoo [To give a cry of "yahoo".]

Examples of "yahoo" in Sentences

  • The article makes use of the Yahoo
  • Widget With the introduction of Yahoo
  • A yahoo group is not a reliable source.
  • In other words, yahoo yahoo boys is not a neologism.
  • Don't overdo it and bring the yahoos to deface the page.
  • Any idea of the business aspect of the changeover to Yahoo
  • Slurp is a web crawler from Yahoo that obtains content for the Yahoo
  • Slurp' is a web crawler from Yahoo that obtains content for the Yahoo
  • Yahoo as a whole, and the Yahoo directory are clearly a commercial site.
  • If this yahoo is a Republican at heart, I'm glad he's not posing anymore.
  • If the company, Yahoo would be at the end of a sentence, it would be Yahoo .
  • I know that some yahoo extentions do have free POP service like @yahoo.fr users.
  • Yahoo already has the ability to handle yahoo ids that aren't @yahoo.com addresses as they do this for residential dsl customers.
  • Under the "ADDRESS" field (which should be the 2nd one) where it says: "example@yahoo.com" just put in your yahoo id WITHOUT the "@yahoo. com" part.
  • If you notice the email addresses are gov. palin, and gov. sarah …. @yahoo.com, if you notice the "." … yahoo accounts do not have the "." in them. it would be govpalin … @yahoo. com

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