yipe

Yipe vs Yippee - What's the difference?

yipe | yippee |


As interjections the difference between yipe and yippee

is that yipe is used to express surprise, fear, or dismay while yippee is used to express joy or elation.

Yipe vs Sipe - What's the difference?

yipe | sipe |


As an interjection yipe

is used to express surprise, fear, or dismay.

As a noun sipe is

(us) slit in a tire to drain away surface water and improve traction.

As a verb sipe is

(us) to cut grooves in tires.

Gipe vs Yipe - What's the difference?

gipe | yipe |


As a noun gipe

is .

As an interjection yipe is

used to express surprise, fear, or dismay.

Yipe vs Ipe - What's the difference?

yipe | ipe |


As an interjection yipe

is used to express surprise, fear, or dismay.

Kipe vs Yipe - What's the difference?

kipe | yipe |


As a noun kipe

is an osier basket used for catching fish.

As a verb kipe

is (slang) to steal.

As an interjection yipe is

used to express surprise, fear, or dismay.

Ripe vs Yipe - What's the difference?

ripe | yipe |


As a verb ripe

is .

As an interjection yipe is

used to express surprise, fear, or dismay.

Yite vs Yipe - What's the difference?

yite | yipe |


As a noun yite

is the yellowhammer.

As an interjection yipe is

used to express surprise, fear, or dismay.

Yive vs Yipe - What's the difference?

yive | yipe |


As a verb yive

is (obsolete) to give.

As an interjection yipe is

used to express surprise, fear, or dismay.

Yipe vs Yip - What's the difference?

yipe | yip |


As an interjection yipe

is used to express surprise, fear, or dismay.

As a noun yip is

a sharp, high-pitched bark.

As a verb yip is

to bark with a sharp, high-pitched voice.

Yipe vs Yips - What's the difference?

yipe | yips |


As an interjection yipe

is used to express surprise, fear, or dismay.

As a noun yips is

(informal) a nervous condition which prevents a sportsman from playing properly; especially a condition which causes a golfer to miss an easy putt, or a tennis player to serve a double fault.

As a verb yips is

(yip).

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