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yo·del

 (yōd′l)
v. yo·deled, yo·del·ing, yo·dels or yo·delled or yo·del·ling
v.intr.
To sing so that the voice fluctuates rapidly between the normal chest voice and a falsetto.
v.tr.
To sing (a song) by yodeling.
n.
A song or cry that is yodeled.

[German jodeln, from German dialectal jo, exclamation of delight, of imitative origin.]

yo′del·er n.

yodel

(ˈjəʊdəl)
n
(Music, other) an effect produced in singing by an abrupt change of register from the chest voice to falsetto, esp in popular folk songs of the Swiss Alps
vb, -dels, -delling or -delled, -dels, -deling or -deled
(Music, other) to sing (a song) in which a yodel is used
[C19: from German jodeln, of imitative origin]
ˈyodeller, ˈyodeler n
ˈyodelling, ˈyodeling n

yo•del

(ˈyoʊd l)

v. -deled, -del•ing, (esp. Brit.) -delled, -del•ling, v.t., v.i.
1. to sing or call out with frequent changes from the ordinary voice to falsetto and back again, in the manner of Swiss and Tyrolean mountaineers.
n.
2. a song, refrain, etc., so sung or called out.
3. an act of yodeling.
[1865–70; < German jodeln]
yo′del•er, n.

yodel

- From Bavarian jodln, "to utter the syllable jo (yo)."
See also related terms for utter.

yodel


Past participle: yodelled
Gerund: yodelling

Imperative
yodel
yodel
Present
I yodel
you yodel
he/she/it yodels
we yodel
you yodel
they yodel
Preterite
I yodelled
you yodelled
he/she/it yodelled
we yodelled
you yodelled
they yodelled
Present Continuous
I am yodelling
you are yodelling
he/she/it is yodelling
we are yodelling
you are yodelling
they are yodelling
Present Perfect
I have yodelled
you have yodelled
he/she/it has yodelled
we have yodelled
you have yodelled
they have yodelled
Past Continuous
I was yodelling
you were yodelling
he/she/it was yodelling
we were yodelling
you were yodelling
they were yodelling
Past Perfect
I had yodelled
you had yodelled
he/she/it had yodelled
we had yodelled
you had yodelled
they had yodelled
Future
I will yodel
you will yodel
he/she/it will yodel
we will yodel
you will yodel
they will yodel
Future Perfect
I will have yodelled
you will have yodelled
he/she/it will have yodelled
we will have yodelled
you will have yodelled
they will have yodelled
Future Continuous
I will be yodelling
you will be yodelling
he/she/it will be yodelling
we will be yodelling
you will be yodelling
they will be yodelling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been yodelling
you have been yodelling
he/she/it has been yodelling
we have been yodelling
you have been yodelling
they have been yodelling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been yodelling
you will have been yodelling
he/she/it will have been yodelling
we will have been yodelling
you will have been yodelling
they will have been yodelling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been yodelling
you had been yodelling
he/she/it had been yodelling
we had been yodelling
you had been yodelling
they had been yodelling
Conditional
I would yodel
you would yodel
he/she/it would yodel
we would yodel
you would yodel
they would yodel
Past Conditional
I would have yodelled
you would have yodelled
he/she/it would have yodelled
we would have yodelled
you would have yodelled
they would have yodelled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.yodel - a songlike cry in which the voice fluctuates rapidly between the normal voice and falsettoyodel - a songlike cry in which the voice fluctuates rapidly between the normal voice and falsetto
cry, outcry, shout, vociferation, yell, call - a loud utterance; often in protest or opposition; "the speaker was interrupted by loud cries from the rear of the audience"
Verb1.yodel - sing by changing registeryodel - sing by changing register; sing by yodeling; "The Austrians were yodeling in the mountains"
sing - produce tones with the voice; "She was singing while she was cooking"; "My brother sings very well"
Translations
يُغَنّي مُغَيِّرا الصَّوْت
jódlovatjódlovačka
jodle
jodlatajodlaus
jódlizik
jóîla
dainuoti falcetujodlerisjodliuoti
jodelēt
jodłować
jódlovať
joddla
lülülü lemekyodel tarzında söylemek

yodel

yodle [ˈjəʊdl]
A. VIcantar a la tirolesa
B. VTcantar a la tirolesa
C. Ncanto m a la tirolesa

yodel

[ˈjəʊdəl] vifaire des tyroliennes, jodler

yodel

vtijodeln

yodel

[ˈjəʊdl]
1. vifare lo jodel
2. njodel m inv

yodel

(ˈjəudl) past tense, past participle ˈyodelled , (American) ˈyodeled verb
to sing (a melody etc), changing frequently from a normal to a very high-pitched voice and back again.
ˈyodeller noun
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