There are 2 main definitions of yo in English:

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Pronunciation: /yō/

exclamation

informal
Used to greet someone, attract their attention, or express excitement.

Origin

Natural exclamation: first recorded in late Middle English.

Words that rhyme with yo

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yo 2

Pronunciation: /yō/

pronoun

Nonstandard spelling of you, used to represent black English.

possessive determiner

nonstandard spelling of your, used to represent black English.

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