Typically used by Aboriginal kids to mean "NOT". It's actually a combination of yes and no. It's also used in the same context as 'nt.
Arthur: 'cous you comin'?
Yent (yeah-nt) - not or no.
If someone you can't stand says- "you know me, I'm a good guy right?" you say "Oh yent!"
Your job calls and says "come in an hour early even though there's 2 ft of snow on the ground" you say "YENT, right away!"
You may also add 'NT to any word. Like - "that's pretty cool'NT!"
Steming from a cross between 'Yes' and 'Not', 'Yent' means no. Often but not always used when more than a simple 'no' is required.
Several variations exit, namely 'Unt' which is a more powerful version of 'Yent'
Coming up town on Monday?
Mate she's really fit
is a very bad thing, event, or situation. Yent is interchangeable or substituted for words like shit and ass.
I feel like total yent.
I was pulled aside and searched at the airport.; they had someone feeling me up and yent.
I'm laughing my yent off right now! Security let me go through scott free.
That's some crazy yent!!
a woman with proclaimed high morals, but an offset method of application.
Known to wreck the lives of those around her.
"I thought she was a really great gal, but she sure YENTED me good.
yents is yes and not combined into one word.
A sound a dorky kid makes in an unsuccessful attempt to be cute.
Kim: "Cristi, did you break the picture window?"