Alphabet filter:

Want to find out what does the word yaw mean? We gathered all the possible definitions of the word yaw on our website. Our definition dictionary is updated all the time with new definitions and is ready to help you.


Part of speech: Verb

To steer wildly; to move from the right course; said of a ship or of an airplane.

Part of speech: Noun

A changing from a straight course in steering a ship or guiding an airplane.

Usage examples "yaw":
  • If she'd a- knowed more she couldn't ha' yawed more, 'cause dere ain't but sev'n days in de week to yaw in when you've done your best. - "Old Hendrik's Tales", Arthur Owen Vaughan.
  • Woan't yaw, my lad? - "The Adventures of Roderick Random", Tobias Smollett.
  • Yaw; I sees him. - "The Lost Trail", Edward S. Ellis.