Yaught, Yate, Yote and Yeet
Yaught is the past tense of yeet BUT ONLY IF you use the word when you teach someone something.
Example: Bro, I totally yaught that kid a leeson.
Yote is ALSO a past tense of yeet but in every instance when yaught doesn't need to be used.
Example: I literally just yoted in his face.
Yate is the future tense of yeet and is used when you're about to do something everyone should be excited about.
Example: I'm gonna yate this so hard.