A female, adept in the art of provoking the male species into "catching feelings" while she, the aforementioned "yote," possesses none of these said "feelings." This condition is often brought about by past relational strife, which has in turn hardened the female's heart, forming an icebox where it previously resided.
Pronounced (yo-dee), short for "Wile E. Coyote," which in the Evangelical suburban community is street code for "Wily Temptress," derived from the description of the woman in Proverbs 7.
The female version of the guy Christina Perri sings about in "Jar of Hearts"
Juicy J appears to speak of a Yote in "Dark Horse"
Bell Biv DeVoe also seems to warn of Yote's in "That Girl is Poison"
"Aye don't mess with Sasha bro. She a grade-A yote."