Definitions for "Yo-Yo"
Keywords:  toy, reel, cellist, yoyo, repititious
a toy consisting of a spool that is reeled up and down on a string by motions of the hand
a kind of toy
an automatic reel consisting of a stainless-steel spring encased in a sheet-metal disk (about the diameter of a doughnut)
A variation of the traditional theme. The climber may fall, but if he does, he lowers to the ground, leaving the rope in place as he rests for the next attempt.
To climb a route in a style where, if you fall off, you return to the ground, leaving all your protection in place and then start climbing again after a rest. The yo-yo refers to the repeated up and down movement of the climber who falls off more than once on a hard move. A common style of ascent in the 1970s and early 1980s, before the preferred style became redpointing. A zawn
Yo-Yo (born Yolanda Whittaker on August 4, 1971) is a Grammy nominated American hardcore rapper known primarily among hip hop fans and music critics during the 1990s. Much of her music has advocated female empowerment, denouncing the frequent sexism found in rap music. Yo-Yo dubbed her rap crew the IBWC, which stood for the Intelligent Black Woman's Coalition.
Keywords:  juggler, juggling, kite, trick, inner
The kite rolls up and down around it's lines.
The yo-yo is a juggling trick performed with three balls. The juggler creates a columns pattern with two balls in one hand. The third ball is held a few inches above the inner of the two balls and moved up and down in time with it.
The Yo-Yo is a common amusement ride featured in carnivals, state fairs, and similar events. It resembles a series of swings arranged in a circle, which turn just fast enough to be slightly affected by centripedal force.
Keywords:  prop, dangerous
a very dangerous prop
Keywords:  volatile, slang, market
Slang for a very volatile market.