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3.
1. Greeting similar to Yo, but more cute and less ghetto. The word is derived from Yoda. (which consequently has no connection to it's meaning) Since the rights to Yoda is owned by George Lucas, the word was edited, so to avoid copyright infringement and confusion from "Star Wars" geeks.

2. An answer to a yes or no question in the affirmative or a positive connotation for any random question. Also sometimes stated as yaba, (yeah-ba) which is more similar to yeah and yes.

Friend one: "Hello Jesse"
Friend two: "Yoba"

"Did you have a good day at school?"
"Yoba"
by Jesse Kilgore February 17, 2008
 
1.
Youth oriented bydlo approved (bydlo is Russian for rednecks). Widely used by video gamers in CIS (Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, etc) to describe
poor products of the modern video game industry.
Ivan: You playing that YOBA again?
Tolyan: playing what?!
Ivan: Ugh.. i mean Call of Duty...
by Petyan February 11, 2014
 
2.
young,overweight,big mouth,airhead
The YOBA is younger version of a MOBA
by lil neddy October 06, 2008
 
4.
1. Greeting similar to Yo, but more cute and less ghetto. The word is derived from Yoda. (which consequently has no connection to it's meaning) Since the rights to Yoda is owned by George Lucas, the word was edited, so to avoid copyright infringement and confusion from "Star Wars" geeks.

2. An answer to a yes or no question in the affirmative or a positive connotation for any random question. Also sometimes stated as yaba, (yeah-ba) which is more similar to yeah and yes.
Friend one: "Hello Jesse"
Friend two: "Yoba"

"Did you have a good day at school?"

"Yoba"
Source: Jesse Kilgore, Ft.drum NY
by Jesse Kilgore February 18, 2008
 
5.
1. Greeting similar to Yo, but more cute and less ghetto. The word is derived from Yoda. (which consequently has no connection to it's meaning) Since the rights to Yoda is owned by George Lucas, the word was edited, so to avoid copyright infringement and confusion from "Star Wars" geeks.

2. An answer to a yes or no question in the affirmative or a positive connotation for any random question. Also sometimes stated as yaba, (yeah-ba) which is more similar to yeah and yes.

Friend one: "Hello Jesse"
Friend two: "Yoba"

"Did you have a good day at school?"
"Yoba"
by Jesse Kilgore February 17, 2008
 
6.
Yoba, from "YobaRoba", originated as a mirror of Yogi. The name ,Yoba, is now used by a member of the edge of Sanity clan cs:s. If you ever happen to meet him, say hello, he wont bite.
Yoba, what do you think of this new tag?

by Paul 'yoba' Whitehead July 27, 2006