"Yeet" is online jargon that has many meanings: the word yes; throwing an object over a long distance; or just as an exclamation.
Historical perspective: According to, yeet is a beautiful and commonly misused word. It is very flexible and can take many parts of speech. In the future, you "will yeet," In the present you "are yeeting," and in the past, "you yote." "Yote" is often replaced with "yeeted," but that is incorrect. Using "yeeted" instead of "yote" would be like saying "eated" instead of "ate."

"Yeet" as a verb means 1. to make a violent motion of any variety, such as a "whip," or any motion that may be associated with violent camera shake or photo blur; 2. "Yeet" is quite commonly used as a verb for the specific purpose of throwing an object forcefully over a long distance; 3. "Yeet" can also be used as something you'd include in a sentence to describe what happened to someone who has been greatly or suddenly defeated in a competition such as sports or a video game.

"Yeet" as a pro-sentence means 1. In this case, "yeet" takes the role of "yes." You'd say "yeet" instead of "yes" or "yeah" if you want people to know you're fun and hip.

"Yeet" as an exclamation means 1. This form of "yeet" can be exclaimed in any situation where the verb form could be used to describe the action in which the speaker is currently partaking. For instance, if you throw something violently or hit a nasty whip, you may exclaim "Yeet!" while doing so. When Johnny entered the whipping competition, you better believe he hit 'em with that yeet. Dan yote the basketball from half court. Damn, those guys really got yote at the end of last night's game.

"Yeet" as the word yes is used in this way, for example "Q. Hey, you wanna grab something to eat? A. Yeet."

See also : leetspeak  woot  w00t  kewl  WTF  
NetLingo Classification: Online Jargon