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The word 'yo' can be added to almost any sentence to add style. It can also mean 'hello'.
What's the delio, yo?

Yo! What-up?
by person yo-yo December 19, 2003
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the guy who's so "g'd up" he can't say hi, hello or how ya' doin'?
what's going on zach?
yo!
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The word "I" in Spanish, often followed by the words no se.

Yo soy continuando estudiar.
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The definitive article "Hey" or a slang expression used as a greeting or to get someone's attention.
Hey yo, what's up! Yo, how you livin'?
by Pedro M. April 11, 2003
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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!"
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The only word that can be inserted into any place of a sentence, fragment, clause, or phrase, and still make sense.
"Hi mom, yo, I want some cookies, yo"

"Yo, I just bought this new CD, yo"

"Hail Mary full of, yo, grace, the Lord, yo, is with thee, yo."

"Yo, i bought a new yo-yo, yo"

"Yo, homie. Wazzp gangsta, g dog. G-unit in da house, yo. Yo, this is like, so trippin, yo."
by Anonymous February 24, 2004
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What black people, and an increasing number of white people, call Yonkers, New York.
by YO Man June 24, 2004
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