Related to Yode: yodel
imp.1.Went; walked; proceeded.
Quer [whether] they rade [rode] or yode.
- Cursor Mundi.
Then into Cornhill anon I yode.
- Lydgate.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Speaking, the State's Project Coordinator of RAAMP, Dr Yode Ayanlowo stated that the main objectives of RAAMP are to improve rural access and agricultural marketing in selected participating states while enhancing sustainability of the rural and states' roads network, stressing that the project is meant to connect smallholder farmers in participating state to local agricultural markets with all weathered access road in selected and prioritized rural development areas.
Todo eso venia de Estados Unidos y era algo aspiracional, y no queriamos oir hablar--muchos, no solo yode los valores nacionalistas.
Professor Marc van Oostendorp wrote Monday on his blog that he heard the new usage of the word "jood" (pronounced yode) at a high school in Leiden shortly after learning about the phenomenon from an online forum about the Dutch language.
It is from here that the original expression of suffering in Zouglou originates: 'I'm an orphan; I no longer have any one to support me.' This trope was taken up by all Zouglou artists and certain artists like Soum Bill, Les Garagistes, or Yode & Siro are very skilled in this style.
(7) See, for example, on the 'policy' of Ivoirite under Bedie: Petit Yode and L'Enfant Siro, 'Tu sais qui je suis' (You know who I am) from the album Victoire.
Such words as "yode," "dearworth," and "gritch" were spoken by actors wearing Chuck Taylor sneakers sitting on folding plastic benches.
To this Palinode replies with more groups of three superimposed on the basic two-step of the couplet, along with more audacious groupings of half-lines: Sicker this morrowe, ne lenger agoe, I sawe a shole of shepeheardes outgoe, With singing, and shouting, and jolly chere: Before them yode a lusty Tabrere, That to the many a Home pype playd, Whereto they dauncen eche one with his mayd.
that him did beare / With crooked crawling steps an vncouth pase, / And backward yode [went], as Bargemen wont to fare / Bending their force contrary to their face, / Like that vngracious crew which faines demurest grace" (
(34) Though far readier to approve of Christian political advocacy and to consider participation in some governmental functions, (35) Yode also agreed with Hershberger (and early Anabaptists) that God's ordering of the state did not automatically warrant Christian participation in the state.
In Middle English, the preterite eode survived as either yode, which exhibits stress shift from the first to the second element of the diphthong, or as 3e-(o)de, yede, etc., the latter form with either insertion of initial]- or preservation of the transformed old perfective prefix 3e (> y-; cf.