Jamaican slang for youth,young person or child.
she have a yute fi me.
u likkle yute!
Yute is the Spanish name for Jute, a coarse vegetable or bast fiber traditionally used to make Burlap or Hessian and Gunny Bags. The major species of Jute are Corchorus capsularis and Corchorus olitorius.
Names of Jute in other languages:
1. Chinese, Japanese, Korean = Huangma (Yellow Hemp)
2. Italian = Iuta, Juta, Corcoro
3. Russian & Allied Languages = Dzhut
4. Arabic & Allied Languages = Lif Khysha (Burlap Fiber)
5. German = Jutefaser
6. French = Chanvre du Bengale (Bengal Hemp)
Sacos de Yute (Jute Sacks)
"The two yutes--"
"Two whaa? What was that word?"
"huh? What word?"
"Did you say 'yutes'?"
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A slang term for an obsessive YouTube enthusiast, especially one who is a youth.
Jayson is such a Yute. He'd rather spend all day watching videos on YouTube instead of doing homework.
noun yute "cigarette"
History of the word: From "the Danforth"
/Woodbine area in Toronto's East end.
Large Sicilian population.
"I'm all stressed out, you got a yute on you?"
"I can't believe you yuted the whole pack."
"Finish your yute now, because theres no yuting in my car."