yuk
I. noun or yuck; also yak or yock Date: 1946 1. slang laugh <
did it just for yuks
>
2. slang joke, gag II. intransitive verb or yuck (yukked or yucked; yukking or yucking) Date: 1964 slang laugh, joke — usually used in the phrase yuk it up

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