Jamaican slang for youth,young person or child.
she have a yute fi me.
plural for young adults.
“The two yutes in question.” – My Cousin Vinny
a word used to describe somebody you don’t like
look at that nasty yute over there
“The two yutes–”
“Two whaa? What was that word?”
“huh? What word?”
“Did you say ‘yutes’?”
another word for mates,friends,fellow men
“my yutes mean everythink to me”
Yute is the Spanish name for Jute, a coarse vegetable or bast fiber traditionally used to make Burlap or Hessian and Gunny Bags. The major species of Jute are Corchorus capsularis and Corchorus olitorius.
Names of Jute in other languages:
1. Chinese, Japanese, Korean = Huangma (Yellow Hemp)
2. Italian = Iuta, Juta, Corcoro
3. Russian & Allied Languages = Dzhut
4. Arabic & Allied Languages = Lif Khysha (Burlap Fiber)
5. German = Jutefaser
6. French = Chanvre du Bengale (Bengal Hemp)
Sacos de Yute (Jute Sacks)