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1. slang A coarse, brash, oafish person; a boor. Some yahoo came flying down the road and nearly ran me into a ditch! Apparently a bunch of yahoos got drunk in here last night and trashed the place.
2. slang An exclamation of enthusiastic joy and excitement. A: "Hey, kids, we're going to Disney World this summer!" B: "Yahoo!"
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yahoo

(ˈjɑhu)
n. a rustic oaf; an uncouth jerk. Ask that yahoo to close the door after him.
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