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Yammer — Logo de Yammer Création 2008 Personnages clés David O. Sacks … Wikipédia en Français
yammer — (v.) late 15c., to lament, probably from M.Du. jammeren and cognate M.E. yeoumeren, to mourn, complain, from O.E. geomrian to lament, from geomor sorrowful, probably of imitative origin. Meaning to make loud, annoying noise is attested from 1510s … Etymology dictionary
yammer — [v] whine bellyache, carp, complain, fuss, gripe, grumble, howl, moan, repine, wail, whimper, yowl; concepts 54,77 … New thesaurus
yammer — informal ► VERB 1) talk loudly and incessantly. 2) make a loud, incessant noise. ► NOUN ▪ loud and sustained noise. ORIGIN Old English, «to lament» … English terms dictionary
yammer — [yam′ər] vi. [ME yameren < OE geomerian, to lament, groan < geomor, sad, mournful, wretched: infl. by MDu & MLowG jammeren, of echoic orig.] 1. to whine, whimper, or complain 2. to shout, yell, clamor, etc. 3. to talk loudly or continually… … English World dictionary
Yammer — Infobox Company company name = Yammer company type = Private start up foundation = September 2008 location city = Los Angeles, California location country= USA key people = David O. Sacks industry = Enterprise collaboration software,… … Wikipedia
yammer — intransitive verb (yammered; yammering) Etymology: Middle English yameren, alteration of yomeren to murmur, be sad, from Old English gēomrian; akin to Old High German jāmaron to be sad Date: 15th century 1. a. to utter repeated cries of distress… … New Collegiate Dictionary
yammer — v. (colloq.) (D; intr.) to yammer about; for * * * [ jæmə] for (colloq.) (D; intr.) to yammer about … Combinatory dictionary
yammer — UK [ˈjæmə(r)] / US [ˈjæmər] verb [intransitive] Word forms yammer : present tense I/you/we/they yammer he/she/it yammers present participle yammering past tense yammered past participle yammered informal to talk or complain a lot … English dictionary
yammer — yam|mer [ˈjæmə US ər] v also yammer on [Date: 1400 1500; Origin: yomer [i] to talk quietly, be sad (12 15 centuries), from Old English geomrian] informal to talk continuously in a way that is annoying ▪ a crowd of yammering aunts and cousins … Dictionary of contemporary English
yammer — vb a. to wail, complain or jabber fearfully b. to talk or shout insistently Yammer is probably a modern descendant of an Anglo Saxon verb meaning to mur mur or lament . Its use is reinforced by the influence of words like yell and stammer and, in … Contemporary slang