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Numerology information Yeats:
Name Number: 7 Meaning: Inner, Thought, Mind, Psychology, Secret, Mystic, Strange, Study, Knowledge, Loneliness, Rest
Definition funny of Yeats:
A colloquial word used in Newburyport, Massachusetts at least before the Second World War (1939-1945), allegedly shouted from one naval ship to another to identify a resident of Newburyport. Also used to show both affirmation and disapproval ("yes," "no"); first word of the Newburyport slang-phrase "yeat the bun." Yeat can be used as a greeting, as a noun, an interjection, an adjective, and a verb.
John: Yeat! Mark: Yes, yeat indeed. And how are you doing this fine day? John: Yeat. Mark: Ah, not too well. Do you want to go help me do chores? John: Yeat to that! Mark: Ah, so you'd rather not. How about the movies. John: YEAT! Mark: Great, let's go. (various usages)
PORTSIDE!-(u guys know what im taklin about) 1-"yeah right" 2-"hell no" 3-"fuck you/shut the fuck up/your gay" 4-someone is telling you a a story and u dont believe them.
1-hey lets play lastertag, it'll be fun! yea YEAT 2-hey grab that for me uhhh yeat 3-(your in a car watching little freshman walking..roll down window..) YEAT! 4-the reason i didn't call you is because my phone died! yea yeat
("yeet") The first instance of the word 'yeat' appears during World War II as a ship-to-ship Naval greeting to identify oneself as a a resident of Newburyport, Massachusetts, USA. A response in kind indicated that the man had found a fellow Newburyporter. The word has endured to this day, but the meaning has drastically evolved. While still used as a greeting, though rarely in the original spirit of the word, the word is now a profanity used in innumerable contexts. Meanings include: "fuck that", "fuck you", "fuck off/get the fuck out of here", "fuck", "fuckin' a", and "shit". The examples below will allow for the best understanding of the various uses of the word. Often used in the phrase "yeat da bun". (Yeet): noun, interjection, adjective, verb
Father: Son! Get off your ass and take the trash out! Son: Yeat! Friend 1: Hey man I think I'm gonna join the marching band. You wanna join with me? Friend 2: Yeat! Stoner 1: Duuuuude. I spilled the bong water all over your cat. Stoner 2: Yeat! Friend 1: Dude how old is your sister? Friend 2: Yeat!
portside, if you know it, you know it
Songs about Yeats:
William Butler Yeats Visits Lincoln Park And Escapes Unscathed by Phil Ochs from the Album Rehearsals For Retirement
W B Yeats Reads His Poem the Lake Isle of Innisfree (1937) by WB Yeats from the Album Great Audio Moments, Vol.39: Famous Irish Writers
Yeats' Grave by The Cranberries from the Album No Need To Argue (The Complete Sessions 1994-1995)
The Poetry Of Yeats (Part 1) by Siobhan McKenna from the Album The Poetry Of Yeats
The Poetry Of Yeats (Part 2) by Siobhan McKenna from the Album The Poetry Of Yeats
William Butler Yeats Visits Lincoln Park And Escapes Unscathed by Phil Ochs from the Album 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: Best Of Phil Ochs
W.B. Yeats: The Wild Swans at Coole / The Second Coming / After Long Silence by V.C. Clinton-Baddeley from the Album Anthology of 20th Century English Poetry (Part I): Read by Jill Balcon, V.C. Clinton-Baddeley, John Glen, etc.
Books about Yeats:
Yeats: The Man and the Masks by Richard Ellmann (Jan 23, 2013)
The Yeats Reader: A Portable Compendium of Poetry, Drama, and Prose by William Butler Yeats and Richard J. Finneran (Aug 27, 2002)
Yeats: Romantic Visionary (Illustrated Poetry Series) by William Butler Yeats and O. B. Duane (Feb 3, 1999)
The Collected Poems of W.B. Yeats by William Butler Yeats and Richard J. Finneran (Sep 9, 1996)
Selected Poems And Four Plays of William Butler Yeats by William Butler Yeats and M. L. Rosenthal (Sep 9, 1996)
A Book of Irish Verse Selected from modern writers with an introduction and notes by W. B. Yeats by W. B. (William Butler) Yeats (Nov 27, 2011)
Collected Poems, By W. B. Yeats: (Annotated) by W. B. Yeats (Sep 20, 2014)
Movies about Yeats:
Famous Authors: W.B. Yeats 2008 NR - Runtime: 30 mins Starring: W.B. Yeats Directed by: Malcolm Hossick
W. B. Yeats: Poetry, 1910-1939 2000 - Runtime: 1 hr 6 mins Starring: Films For the Humanities & Sciences
Famous Authors - W.B. Yeats 2002 NR - Runtime: 30 mins
The Master Poets Collection: William Butler Yeats, The Heart of Ireland 2001 NR - Runtime: 30 mins Starring: Irene Worth
Famous Authors - W.B. Yeats -
The Life and Works of William Butler Yeats 2006 - Starring: William Butler Yeats Directed by: Yellow Asylum Films for the National Library of Ireland
William Butler Yeats - The Heart of Ireland 1997 -
Wiki information Yeats:
William Butler Yeats was an Irish poet and one of the foremost figures of 20th century literature. A pillar of both the Irish and British literary establishments, in his later years he served as an Irish Senator for two terms. Yeats was a driving...
Yeats is an Irish Thoroughbred racehorse who won seven Group One races and is the only horse ever to win the Ascot Gold Cup four times in succession.