Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five

ayo

interjection
Published on
a greeting;
a call for attention
Categories Greetings
Collocates shout-out4, what's poppin'4, bitch3, son3, what's up3, what's crackin'3, word up3, yo3, 62, and shit2, bust2, bust2, Chi-town2, correct2, drop2, fam2, god2, jawn2, keep it real2, on lock2, on the low2, roll2, spit2, thugged-out2, tryna2, wack2, dro, 215, 40 dog, 8, 9, Ac, aggy, B.I., baby mama, back in the day, backpack, battle, block, boo, boogie-down, broccoli, Brooklawn, bugged-out, bwoy, cheese, chill, cipher, crack, crack pipe, crazy, cuh, dog, dinero, don mega, dope, double R, down with, Dutch, fatty, fiend, figures, flavor, fly, for real, four pound, froze, G, game, game, gat, get over, gun-clapper, hater, Henny, holla at ya boy, homeboy, homie, hooptie, hot, hydro, I'mma, in full effect, jook, kick, maintain, mine, murk, nick, Oaktown, off the hook, parlay, peace, peace, perico, rap, rap, rapper, realness, rep, rhyme, rolly, roll deep, roll up, root of evil, shit, shorty, shorty, slammin, sleep on, snaps, spark up, spark up, spit, steelo, time, tool, tote, trife, trife, twist, twisted, weight, what it do, what the deal, what the dilly, what up, whip, whip, word up, Y.O.
Domains Everyday
Etymology from a colloquial pronunciation of hey, yo
Etymology Derives from yo

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