Simply means "Yes", "I agree", or anwsering to a call.
Dude1: HEY!!! DUDE2!!!!!!!!!!
Dude2: Yada??
Dude1: Whats up?
Dude2: Nm you?
Dude1: Just waiting for the Playstation3 to come out.
Dude2: Yeah i know...
Dude1: Man, I cant wait till the Playstation3 is FINALLY out...
Dude2: Yada i know, only 3 more days!!!
Dude1: Oh my GOD!!! The expence is way extreme.
Dude2: I know!!!! Ive been waiting for 2 months, thats along time.
Dude1: yeah it is.
by Seine_perfekte_Droge December 03, 2006
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So on and so forth. Used as a replacement word for an action that is either too obvious, banal and/or equivoque to speak aloud. Usually repeated; "yada, yada, yada". Is to action what blah is to spoken words.
She asked me if I wanted to come up for a nightcap and - yada, yada, yada - we where back together again.
by DuFeu March 08, 2005
The saying Yada Yada made popular by the Seinfeld show probably either originates from the Hebrew word yada "to know" or yadah "to revere or worship with extended hands".

Source: Strongs Concordance, Hebrew and Chaldee Dictionary of the Old Testament. 3034, 3035
All I have to say about that is yada, yada, yada!
by scraammer October 28, 2005
a crystalline tropane alkaloid that is obtained from the leaves of the coca plant.
I know some beezies that would love to straddle your yoghurt spewin 'shroom beast...for a bump a yer yada.
by Mactalibis August 31, 2008
Yada is a Hebrew word which literally means "to know." It has come to mean 'and so on, and so on, and so on,' or 'et cetera, et cetera, et cetera' which is latin for 'and so forth, and so forth, and so forth.' One can think of yada, yada, yada to mean, "you know, you know, you know" as if to say just more of the same as I've already told you.
In the produce section of the grocery store they have carrots, lettuce, cucumbers, yada, yada, yada.
by rich_in_nm February 15, 2010
Someone who always loses.
Damn, I'm whooping you every time. You're such a Yada!
by TheBrown June 28, 2011
Ancient Sanskrit word from the Hindu scriptures called the Gita, a holy word that was adopted by the Hebrews and used in later centuries, in Latin, and by then given a secular, nonspiritual definition. The word means, "And so forth " or, "Etcetera." When uttered repeatedly, as in, Yada, yada, yada," in Sanskrit, it means, "wherever, whenever, whereas."
She and her chatty friends kept droning on, talking about this thing that happened to her, then her other friend talking about that thing going on with her boyfriend and her friends right now, "...mygawd can you believe it?", And they went on nonstop, yada, yada, yada, until had to make up a bullshit but polite excuse to get away from these nice motormouths of which I no longer I had the time to be around.
by sierrawren May 16, 2010
the process in which the one being "yadadinged" acknowlegdes they comprehend what you are telling them in that moment of time and place.
bitch ill kik u in the dick with my face, u yada?!
by lowriderdrivebyyadigg January 19, 2011

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