yaourter

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Etymology[edit]

From yaourt (yoghurt) +‎ -er.

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yaourter

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  1. to attempt to speak or sing in a foreign language, usually English, and incorporating many mondegreens
    • 2010, Stéphane Daniel, Si par hasard c'était l'amour, unnumbered page:
      Et il programmait la plage aussitôt, repartait, one, two, three, four ! en yaourtant avec son accent épouvantable.

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