2. used when in a large group of military members. When they shout a motivational term on cue, some may shout "YUT!" instead, and often in a sharp, awkward voice, just to stand out.
Marine corps term derived in order to make fun of officers and the stupid things they say. Also used when agreeing to something when you have no idea what was said.
Enlisted marine: " uhh YUT!"
(1) Used as a declaration of bullshit, or proclamation after stating the obvious. (2) Used at the beginning of a statement to Marines who don't know what to do or are generally clueless.
Gunny - What! Where the eff did you hear that?
Young Marine - This guy i met at the Seven day who was in the Navy told me. He said you where his instructor back in Pensacola.
Gunny - YUT! Lies, all lies! Carry on killer.
Sergeant: Why are we holding this formation again?
CPL: I have no idea.
MSGT: YUT! Good Morning Marines. Today there will be a squadron wide piss test.
A slang word used as a substitute for "yes" or "ok". Also a form of expression during extreme pleasure or agreeince. Commonly used by Appalacian Americans. Southern influences have added an "s" sound to the end, making it "YUTssss". The "s" fading out in the end. This form can be used continuosly throughout a conversation or while mumbling or talking to oneself.