Definition of yo (Entry 1 of 2) —used especially to call attention, to indicate attentiveness, or to express affirmation YO abbreviation Definition of YO (Entry 2 of 2) year old; years old Phrases Containing yo yo-yo First Known Use of yo Interjection 1968, in the meaning defined above History and Etymology for yo Interjection
yo Usually omitted as a personal pronoun in Spanish except for emphasis or contrast. personal pronoun 1. (sujeto) I yo me llamo Luis I'm called Luis 2. (predicado) soy yo it's me also: yo de ti/él/etc if I were you/him/etc yo que tú/ él/etc (informal) if I were you/him/etc masculine noun 3. (Psi) el yo the ego
The letter Yo or Jo is the seventh letter of the alphabet, but although it indicates a distinct sound from Ye, it is often treated as the same letter for alphabetisation and sorting. In the dictionary, ёж (hedgehog) comes after едо́к (the one who eats) and before е́здить (to ride).