Is yeah a formal word?
In an informal setting, where it is being used to agree, affirm, or in the place of the word yes, yeah is the more modern, preferred, and commonly used version. If it is being used in a more formal setting, like a job interview, the formal yes would be the more appropriate choice over yea or yeah.
Why do we say Yeah instead of yes?
“Yeah” is probably related to “yea.” I don’t know, but I suspect it didn’t actually evolve from yes. Yea (pronounced “yay”) has long been a formal term for assent, and the German ja (“yah”) is identical in meaning to “yes”.
Is it bad to say yeah Instead of yes?
Originally Answered: Does it sound bad to say “Yeah” instead of “Yes”? It comes from the German “Ja”. It is more acceptable in informal situations. In formal situations, it is bettter to use “yes”.
What Is yah mean?
(Entry 1 of 2) —used to express disgust, contempt, defiance, or derision. Yah. variants: or Jah \ ˈyä \
What God Is yah?
Jah or Yah (Hebrew: יה, Yah) is a short form of Hebrew: יהוה (YHWH), the four letters that form the tetragrammaton, the personal name of God which the ancient Israelites used. In the modern English-language Christian context, the name Jah is commonly associated with the Rastafari.