It was originally used to sing in harmony, now used in many ways but primarily in the 104th Division Army Band as an affirmative, an adjective, a greeting, a noun, an ice breaker, an awkward silence filler, a verb, an agreement, etc. Yeow can pretty much be used to write a novel. It is most often included with a hand gesture where one has the index finger swooped upward and inward with a sharp wrist flick . In times with an injury, yeow can also be used with a cane.
"How did that sound?"
You hold up your thumb, and pinky, with all the other tucked away. you point your pinky and your thumb outwards and say: Yeoww!
e.g: we scored a goal!
A cross of Meow and Yo as a way to say hello. The female yo.
A combination of a yawn and a meow. People can do it as well as cats.
A: -Yawn; meow-
B: What the hell was that? Did you just meow?
A: No I yawned...
B: You were...yeowing?
Owner: Awh, so cute, she like yawned and meowed at the same time.
Random Dude: You be yeowin'.
1. A mix of a YES and a Huh?
Can be used when answering a question or making the statement that you are following the conversation.
Origin: The Bay Area, Nor Cal USA
"What was the name of your old cat?"
"yeow?....I didn't hear you"
"are you paying attention to the lesson Marc?"
1. An awkward silence breaker.
2. To Ejaculate
2. I was watching 2girls1cup and yeowed all over my monitor
1. An awkward silence breaker
2. The sound of a unit dieing in Age of Empires 2; The Conquerors
3. To ejaculate
4. An expression of agreement
5. can pretty much be substituted for any verb you want
1. Dude, i told Ashley i was done, so she turned around and i yeowed in her face.