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Variant of yak2.
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a variant spelling of yak2
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1. a large, shaggy-haired wild ox, Bos grunniens, of the Tibetan highlands, having long, curved horns.
2. a domesticated variety of this animal.
[1785–95; < Tibetan, sp. gyag]
v. yakked yacked, yak•king yack•ing, v.i.
1. to gab; chatter.n.
2. incessant idle or gossipy talk.
[1945–50; appar. of expressive orig.]
n., v.i., v.t. yakked, yak•king. Slang.
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Past participle: yacked
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|Noun||1.||yack - noisy talk |
talk, talking - an exchange of ideas via conversation; "let's have more work and less talk around here"
|Verb||1.||yack - talk incessantly and tiresomely|
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yack[jæk] yackety-yak [ˈjækɪtɪˈjæk]
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