Monday, January 25, 2010
yawp \ˈyawp\ intransitive verb: 1. To make a raucous noise; squawk, 2. clamor, complain
noun: 1. a raucous noise; squawk, 2. something suggestive of a raucous noise (specifically rough vigorous language)
Etymology: Middle English yolpen
TWENTY-FIVE — Homo sapiens chlorophyllensis and luciferensis will live in symbiosis, the blue providing light for the green to photosynthesize, and the green supplying oxygen through exhalation for the blue to breathe (who will have to keep on eating and excreting like their ancestors).