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  • 1 Yelp — Yelp, Inc. Yelp, Inc. Création octobre 2004 Fondateur(s) Jeremy Stoppelman et Russel Simmons …

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  • 2 Yelp — may refer to:* yelp, or bark, a vocalization made by canines and other animals * Yelp, Inc., an online service for social networking and posting reviews * yelp, the help reading application in the GNOME desktop environment * yelp, a type of… …

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  • 3 yelp — [jelp] n [: Old English; Origin: gielpan] a short sharp high cry which a person or an animal makes because they are excited, in pain, surprised etc give/let out a yelp of pain/dismay/surprise etc ▪ The water was hotter than she had expected, and… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 4 Yelp — Yelp, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Yelped}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Yelping}.] [OE. yelpen, [yogh]elpen, to boast, boast noisily, AS. gielpan, gilpan, gylpan; akin to OHG. gelph arrogant: cf. Icel. gj[=a]lpa to yelp. Cf. {Yap}.] [1913 Webster] 1. To boast. [Obs …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 5 Yelp — может означать: Yelp, Inc, онлайн сервис поиска на местном рынке услуг, с возможностью комментирования. Yelp, приложение для просмотра справочной документации в среде GNOME …

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  • 6 yelp´er — yelp «yehlp», noun, verb. –n. a quick, sharp, shrill bark or cry of a dog or fox. ╂[< verb] –v.i. to give a quick, sharp, shrill bark or cry. –v.t. to utter with a yelp. ╂[Old English gelpan, or gielpan to boast] –yelp´er, noun …

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  • 7 Yelp — Yelp, n. A sharp, quick cry; a bark. Chaucer. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 8 yelp — yelp·er; yelp; …

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  • 9 yelp — ► NOUN ▪ a short sharp cry. ► VERB ▪ utter a yelp or yelps. ORIGIN from Old English, «to boast» …

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  • 10 yelp — [yelp] vi. [ME yelpen, to boast < OE gielpan, to boast noisily, akin to MHG gelfen: for IE base see YELL] 1. to utter a short, sharp cry or bark, as a dog 2. to cry out sharply, as in pain vt. to utter or express by yelping n. a short, sharp… …

    English World dictionary

  • 11 yelp — vb *bark, bay, howl, growl, snarl, yap …

    New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • 12 yelp — [n/v] short, high cry bark, hoot, howl, screech, yap, yip, yowl; concept 64 …

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  • 13 yelp — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ startled, surprised ▪ little, small ▪ loud VERB + YELP ▪ give …

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  • 14 yelp — I n. to give, let out a yelp II v. (D; intr.) to yelp at * * * [jelp] let out a yelp (D; intr.) to yelp at (D; intr.) to yelp at to give …

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  • 15 yelp — {{11}}yelp (n.) O.E. gielp boasting, from source of YELP (Cf. yelp) (v.). Meaning quick, sharp bark or cry is attested from c.1500. {{12}}yelp (v.) O.E. gelpan (Anglian), gielpan (W.Saxon) to boast, from P.Gmc. *gelpanan (Cf. O.S. galpon, O.N.… …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 16 yelp — I UK [jelp] / US verb [intransitive/transitive] Word forms yelp : present tense I/you/we/they yelp he/she/it yelps present participle yelping past tense yelped past participle yelped to make a short loud high sound, usually because you are… …

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  • 17 Yelp — Das Wort Yelp bezeichnet ein Anhaltesignal der Polizei, siehe Yelp (Signal) den Namen des Hilfebrowsers der Unix Desktopumgebung GNOME einen Internetdienst, auf dem Verbraucher Informationen austauschen; siehe Yelp (Website) Diese Seite ist eine …

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  • 18 yelp — yelp1 [ jelp ] verb intransitive or transitive to make a short loud high noise, usually because you are excited, angry, or in pain: Her dogs were barking and yelping. yelp yelp 2 [ jelp ] noun count a short loud high noise that you make when you… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 19 Yelp —     A call that varies in rhythm from turkey to turkey.    Contented yelp A call a hen gives when she s walking through the woods with nothing in particular on her mind.    Excited yelp A call a hen gives when she s either frightened, looking… …

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  • 20 yelp — I. noun Etymology: 2yelp Date: 1501 a sharp shrill bark or cry (as of a dog or turkey); also squeal II. verb Etymology: Middle English, to boast, cry out, from Old English gielpan to boast, exult; akin to Old High German gelph outcry Date: 1553 …

    New Collegiate Dictionary


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