, suburban teens and early 20-somethings (mostly but not entirely white) who enjoy spending weekend evenings in urban neighborhoods as a pack pretending to be urban black youths. So-called because of their tendency to use urban slang that was current a decade or more ago. Generally seen wearing sports gear two sizes too large for them.
What's most refreshing about the bar scene on 11th Street is the complete absence of the yo contingent.
1.)a word meaning hi, hello, wats up
2.)a word replacing your
3.)the urband way(or gagsta way) of saying hello
kid 2:hey, not much u?
2.)yo mamma is so fat…
gangsta 2:yo homes wat u been doin i havent seen u round the way.
means hello or is used to introduce what's going to be said next in the ghetto language, and varies on the tone it is said. It is highly popularized by today's rappers, but has spread to a variety of people.
1. Yo i'm gonna pop a cap in that guy's ass
2. Yo did you see the rack on his beau
3. Yo im out 'ight
A general street greeting and affirmative with convivial military ingroup and masculine bonding-ritual overtones. Like "jolly good."
We just exploded a killer compost heap! Yo!
YO: a simple word that requires a simple definition:
The word yo does not have one dominant definition there is only one way to describe it's many uses:
1. (YO; as in yo-yo) An exclamation (Can be either negative or positive in it's connotation) meant to capture one's attention.
1. YO, what the fuck!
2. YO, wait up!
3. YO, did you do the math homework?
4. YO, what's up?
5. YOOOOO, niiiiice car!
substitution for pronouns he and she
It is only used when speaking of that person to someone else.
Originates in the Maryland,DC, and Virginia area.
"Yo said he was comin and yo still ain't here!"
used to draw attention to an object, word or sentance, usually said by yourself.
Commenly assosiated with urban-slang. Though can be used by anyone who lives near or in a state that has a city that people five(min) states away have heard of.
Overdoing it makes you a candyass
"YO! THAT FUCKER GOT MY PURSE!"
"Yo man, you down?"