The Word of the Day is yoho (yoh-HOH) it can be used as an interjection as 1) (used as a call or shout to attract attention, accompany effort, etc.)
It is also a verb verb and is defined as 1) to shout “yo-ho!”
Taking down a wheezy and tattered concertina, the greasy cook sang in a raucous tone a ditty he had composed. “ Yoho , me hearties, hark t’me, pay ‘eed now whilst I sing…”
– Brian Jacques , The Rogue Crew: A Tale of Redwall , 2011
” Yo ho ,” said the Egg. ” Yo ho ,” said the Bean. ” Yo ho ,” said Pongo. “You know my uncle, Lord Ickenham, don’t you?” “Oh, rather,” said the Egg. ” Yo ho , Lord Ickenham.”
– P. G. Wodehouse , Cocktail Time , 1958
Yoho entered English in the 1700s as a transcription of the spoken greeting.