Express yourself with this local and historic favorite. A conversation piece every time - YEAT. A colloquial word originally used in Newburyport, Massachusetts at least before the Second World War (1939-1945), allegedly shouted from one naval ship to another to identify a resident of Newburyport. Also used to show both affirmation and disapproval; Yeat can be used as a greeting, as a noun, an interjection, an adjective, and a verb.
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