a yelp, or bark
Origin of yipechoic
to yelp, or bark
A sharp, high-pitched bark; a yelp.
intransitive verbyipped, yip·ping, yips
To emit a yip; yelp.
Origin of yipPerhaps Middle English yippe, a cheeping sound, from yippen, to cheep, of imitative origin.
- A sharp, high-pitched bark.
- A self-fulfilling defeatist or fatalist mindset, see: "The Yips.
(third-person singular simple present yips, present participle yipping, simple past and past participle yipped)
- To bark with a sharp, high-pitched voice.