yip: a sharp high-pitched cry (especially by a dog)
bark in a high-pitched tone; "the puppies yelped"
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An abrupt, high-pitched noise or utterance; To utter an abrupt, high-pitched noise
(Yelping) To shout half the name of a table tennis game. - Joseph Leff
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Yelp is a common term in the security industry used to describe a specific type of noise generated by a siren driver or a control panel. The sound could be described as a fast woo-woo sound. This sound is commonly associated with a burglary situation.
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[<OE gielpan “to boast noisily”, akin to ON gjalla “to cry out”] 1. The report of any past deed during a SYMBLE. 2. The report of a gild, delivered by a gild spokesman or drighten, at the althing; 3. The report of a new wita before being sworn in, detailing his or her past accomplishments. ...
This vocalization sounds almost like it is spelled. It is often delivered in a series of single-note vocalizations, and can have different meanings.