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Y  () Y, the twenty-fifth letter of the English alphabet, ...
Y  (n.) Something shaped like the letter Y; a forked ...
Y  (n.) One of the forked holders for supporting the ...
Y  (n.) A forked or bifurcated pipe fitting. ...
Y  (n.) A portion of track consisting of two diverging ...
Y  (pron.) I. ...
Y current  () The current through one branch of the star ...
Y level  () See under Y, n. ...
Y-  () Alt. of I- ...
Y-  () A prefix of obscure meaning, originally used with ...
Ya  (adv.) Yea. ...
Yacare  (n.) A South American crocodilian (Jacare sclerops) resembling the ...
Yacca  (n.) A West Indian name for two large timber ...
Yacht  (n.) A light and elegantly furnished vessel, used either ...
Yacht  (v. i.) To manage a yacht; to voyage in ...
Yachter  (n.) One engaged in sailing a jacht. ...
Yachting  (n.) Sailing for pleasure in a yacht. ...
Yachtman  (n.) See Yachtsman. ...
Yachtsman  (n.) One who owns or sails a yacht; a ...
Yachtsmen  (pl. ) of Yachtsman ...
Yaf  (imp.) Gave. See Give. ...
Yaffingale  (n.) The yaffle. ...
Yaffle  (n.) The European green woodpecker (Picus, / Genius, viridis). ...
Yager  (n.) In the German army, one belonging to a ...
Yaguarundi  (n.) Same as Jaguarondi. ...
Yahoo  (n.) One of a race of filthy brutes in ...
Yahoo  (n.) Hence, any brutish or vicious character. ...
Yahoo  (n.) A raw countryman; a lout; a greenhorn. ...
Yahwe  () Alt. of Jahve ...
Yahweh  () Alt. of Jahve ...
Yahwism  () Alt. of Jahvism ...
Yahwist  () Alt. of Jehovist ...
Yajur-Veda  (n.) See Veda. ...
Yak  (n.) A bovine mammal (Poephagus grunnies) native of the ...
Yakamilk  (n.) See Trumpeter, 3 (a). ...
Yakare  (n.) Same as Yacare. ...
Yakin  (n.) A large Asiatic antelope (Budorcas taxicolor) native of ...
Yakoots  (n. pl.) (Ethnol.) A nomadic Mongolian tribe native ...
Yaksha  (n.) A kind of demigod attendant on Kuvera, the ...
Yakut  (n.) The Turkish language of the Yakuts, a Mongolian ...
Yalah  (n.) The oil of the mahwa tree. ...
Yam  (n.) A large, esculent, farinaceous tuber of various climbing ...
Yam  (n.) Any one of several cultural varieties of the ...
Yama  (n.) The king of the infernal regions, corresponding to ...
Yamen  (n.) In China, the official headquarters or residence of ...
Yamma  (n.) The llama. ...
Yamp  (n.) An umbelliferous plant (Carum Gairdneri); also, its small ...
Yang  (n.) The cry of the wild goose; a honk. ...
Yang  (v. i.) To make the cry of the wild ...
Yank  (n.) A jerk or twitch. ...
Yank  (v. t.) To twitch; to jerk. ...
Yank  (n.) An abbreviation of Yankee. ...
Yanked  (imp. & p. p.) of Yank ...
Yankee  (n.) A nickname for a native or citizen of ...
Yankee  (a.) Of or pertaining to a Yankee; characteristic of ...
Yankee-Doodle  (n.) The name of a tune adopted popularly as ...
Yankee-Doodle  (n.) Humorously, a Yankee. ...
Yankeeism  (n.) A Yankee idiom, word, custom, or the like. ...
Yanking  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Yank ...
Yaourt  (n.) A fermented drink, or milk beer, made by ...
Yap  (v. i.) To bark; to yelp. ...
Yap  (n.) A bark; a yelp. ...
Yapock  (n.) A South American aquatic opossum (Chironectes variegatus) found ...
Yapon  (n.) Same as Yaupon. ...
Yarage  (a.) The power of moving, or being managed, at ...
Yard  (v. i.) A rod; a stick; a staff. ...
Yard  (v. i.) A branch; a twig. ...
Yard  (v. i.) A long piece of timber, as a ...
Yard  (v. i.) A measure of length, equaling three feet, ...
Yard  (v. i.) The penis. ...
Yard  (v. i.) A long piece of timber, nearly cylindrical, ...
Yard  (n.) An inclosure; usually, a small inclosed place in ...
Yard  (n.) An inclosure within which any work or business ...
Yard  (v. t.) To confine (cattle) to the yard; to ...
Yard  (n.) A place where moose or deer herd together ...
Yardarm  (n.) Either half of a square-rigged vessel's yard, from ...
Yardful  (n.) As much as a yard will contain; enough ...
Yardfuls  (pl. ) of Yardful ...
Yardland  (n.) A measure of land of uncertain quantity, varying ...
Yardstick  (n.) A stick three feet, or a yard, in ...
Yardwand  (n.) A yardstick. ...
Yare  (n.) Ready; dexterous; eager; lively; quick to move. ...
Yare  (adv.) Soon. ...
Yarely  (adv.) In a yare manner. ...
Yark  (v. t. & i.) To yerk. ...
Yarke  (n.) Same as Saki. ...
Yarn  (n.) Spun wool; woolen thread; also, thread of other ...
Yarn  (n.) One of the threads of which the strands ...
Yarn  (n.) A story told by a sailor for the ...
Yarnen  (a.) Made of yarn; consisting of yarn. ...
Yarnut  (n.) See Yernut. ...
Yarr  (v. i.) To growl or snarl as a dog. ...
Yarrish  (a.) Having a rough, dry taste. ...
Yarrow  (n.) An American and European composite plant (Achillea Millefolium) ...
Yarwhip  (n.) The European bar-tailed godwit; -- called also yardkeep, ...
Yataghan  (n.) A long knife, or short saber, common among ...
Yate  (n.) A gate. See 1st Gate. ...
Yaud  (n.) See Yawd. ...
Yaul  (n.) See Yawl. ...
Yaulp  (v. i.) To yaup. ...
Yaup  (v. i.) To cry out like a child; to ...
Yaup  (n.) A cry of distress, rage, or the like, ...
Yaup  (n.) The blue titmouse. ...
Yauper  (n.) One who, or that which, yaups. ...
Yaupon  (n.) A shrub (Ilex Cassine) of the Holly family, ...
Yautia  (n.) In Porto Rico, any of several araceous plants ...
Yaw  (v. i.) To rise in blisters, breaking in white ...
Yaw  (v. i. & t.) To steer wild, or out ...
Yaw  (n.) A movement of a vessel by which she ...
Yaw-weed  (n.) A low, shrubby, rubiaceous plant (Morinda Royoc) growing ...
Yawd  (n.) A jade; an old horse or mare. ...
Yawed  (imp. & p. p.) of Yaw ...
Yawi  (n.) A fore-and-aft-rigged vessel with a mainmast stepped a ...
Yawing  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Yaw ...
Yawl  (n.) A small ship's boat, usually rowed by four ...
Yawl  (v. i.) To cry out like a dog or ...
Yawl-rigged  (a.) Having two masts with fore-and-aft sails, but differing ...
Yawn  (v. i.) To open the mouth involuntarily through drowsiness, ...
Yawn  (v. i.) To open wide; to gape, as if ...
Yawn  (v. i.) To open the mouth, or to gape, ...
Yawn  (v. i.) To be eager; to desire to swallow ...
Yawn  (n.) An involuntary act, excited by drowsiness, etc., consisting ...
Yawn  (n.) The act of opening wide, or of gaping. ...
Yawn  (n.) A chasm, mouth, or passageway. ...
Yawned  (imp. & p. p.) of Yawn ...
Yawning  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Yawn ...
Yawningly  (adv.) In a yawning manner. ...
Yawp  (v. & n.) See Yaup. ...
Yaws  (n.) A disease, occurring in the Antilles and in ...
Yazoo Fraud  () The grant by the State of Georgia, by ...
Ybe  (p. p.) Been. ...
Ycleped  () of Clepe ...
Ycleped  (p. p.) Called; named; -- obsolete, except in archaic ...
Ydo  (p. p.) Done. ...
Ydrad  (p. p.) Dreaded. ...
Ye  () Alt. of Ye ...
Ye  () an old method of printing the article the ...
Ye  (n.) An eye. ...
Ye  (pron.) The plural of the pronoun of the second ...
Ye  (adv.) Yea; yes. ...
Yea  (adv.) Yes; ay; a word expressing assent, or an ...
Yea  (adv.) More than this; not only so, but; -- ...
Yea  (n.) An affirmative vote; one who votes in the ...
Yead  (v. i.) Properly, a variant of the defective imperfect ...
Yean  (v. t. & i.) To bring forth young, as ...
Yeaned  (imp. & p. p.) of Yean ...
Yeaning  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Yean ...
Yeanling  (n.) A lamb or a kid; an eanling. ...
Year  (n.) The time of the apparent revolution of the ...
Year  (n.) The time in which any planet completes a ...
Year  (n.) Age, or old age; as, a man in ...
Yeara  (n.) The California poison oak (Rhus diversiloba). See ...
Yearbook  (n.) A book published yearly; any annual report or ...
Yearbook  (n.) A book containing annual reports of cases adjudged ...
Yeared  (a.) Containing years; having existed or continued many years; ...
Yearling  (n.) An animal one year old, or in the ...
Yearling  (a.) Being a year old. ...
Yearly  (a.) Happening, accruing, or coming every year; annual; as, ...
Yearly  (a.) Lasting a year; as, a yearly plant. ...
Yearly  (a.) Accomplished in a year; as, the yearly circuit, ...
Yearly  (adv.) Annually; once a year to year; as, blessings ...
Yearn  (v. t.) To pain; to grieve; to vex. ...
Yearn  (v. i.) To be pained or distressed; to grieve; ...
Yearn  (v. i. & t.) To curdle, as milk. ...
Yearn  (v. i.) To be filled with longing desire; to ...
Yearned  (imp. & p. p.) of Yearn ...
Yearnful  (a.) Desirous. ...
Yearning  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Yearn ...
Yearningly  (adv.) With yearning. ...
Yearnings  (n. pl.) The maws, or stomachs, of young calves, ...
Years purchase  () The amount that is yielded by the annual ...
Yearth  (n.) The earth. ...
Yeast  (n.) The foam, or troth (top yeast), or the ...
Yeast  (n.) Spume, or foam, of water. ...
Yeast  (n.) A form of fungus which grows as indvidual ...
Yeast-bitten  (a.) A term used of beer when the froth ...
Yeastiness  (n.) The quality or state of being yeasty, or ...
Yeasty  (a.) Frothy; foamy; spumy, like yeast. ...
Yedding  (n.) The song of a minstrel; hence, any song. ...
Yede  (imp.) Went. See Yode. ...
Yeel  (n.) An eel. ...
Yeldhall  (n.) Guildhall. ...
Yeldrin  (n.) Alt. of Yeldrine ...
Yeldrine  (n.) The yellow-hammer; -- called also yeldrock, and yoldrin. ...
Yelk  (n.) Same as Yolk. ...
Yell  (v. i.) To cry out, or shriek, with a ...
Yell  (v. t.) To utter or declare with a yell; ...
Yell  (n.) A sharp, loud, hideous outcry. ...
Yelled  (imp. & p. p.) of Yell ...
Yelling  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Yell ...
Yellow  (superl.) Being of a bright saffronlike color; of the ...
Yellow  (n.) A bright golden color, reflecting more light than ...
Yellow  (n.) A yellow pigment. ...
Yellow  (v. t.) To make yellow; to cause to have ...
Yellow  (v. i.) To become yellow or yellower. ...
Yellow  (a.) Cowardly; hence, dishonorable; mean; contemptible; as, he has ...
Yellow  (a.) Sensational; -- said of some newspapers, their makers, ...
Yellow Book  () In France, an official government publication bound in ...
Yellow-covered  (a.) Covered or bound in yellow paper. ...
Yellow-eyed  (a.) Having yellow eyes. ...
Yellow-golds  (n.) A certain plant, probably the yellow oxeye. ...
Yellowammer  (n.) See Yellow-hammer. ...
Yellowbill  (n.) The American scoter. ...
Yellowbird  (n.) The American goldfinch, or thistle bird. See ...
Yellowbird  (n.) The common yellow warbler; -- called also summer ...
Yellowed  (imp. & p. p.) of Yellow ...
Yellowfin  (n.) A large squeteague. ...
Yellowfish  (n.) A rock trout (Pleurogrammus monopterygius) found on the ...
Yellowhammer  (n.) A common European finch (Emberiza citrinella). The color ...
Yellowhammer  (n.) The flicker. ...
Yellowing  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Yellow ...
Yellowing  (n.) The act or process of making yellow. ...
Yellowish  (a.) Somewhat yellow; as, amber is of a yellowish ...
Yellowlegs  (n.) Any one of several species of long-legged sandpipers ...
Yellowness  (n.) The quality or state of being yellow; as, ...
Yellowness  (n.) Jealousy. ...
Yellowroot  (n.) Any one of several plants with yellow roots. ...
Yellowroot  (n.) See Xanthorhiza. ...
Yellowroot  (n.) Same as Orangeroot. ...
Yellows  (n.) A disease of the bile in horses, cattle, ...
Yellows  (n.) A disease of plants, esp. of peach trees, ...
Yellows  (n.) A group of butterflies in which the predominating ...
Yellowseed  (n.) A kind of pepper grass (Lepidium campestre). ...
Yellowshanks  (n.) Alt. of Yellowshins ...
Yellowshins  (n.) See Yellolegs. ...
Yellowtail  (n.) Any one of several species of marine carangoid ...
Yellowtail  (n.) The mademoiselle, or silver perch. ...
Yellowtail  (n.) The menhaden. ...
Yellowtail  (n.) The runner, 12. ...
Yellowtail  (n.) A California rockfish (Sebastodes flavidus). ...
Yellowtail  (n.) The sailor's choice (Diplodus rhomboides). ...
Yellowthroat  (n.) Any one of several species of American ground ...
Yellowtop  (n.) A kind of grass, perhaps a species of ...
Yellowwood  (n.) The wood of any one of several different ...
Yellowwort  (n.) A European yellow-flowered, gentianaceous (Chlora perfoliata). The whole ...
Yelp  (v. i.) To boast. ...
Yelp  (v. i.) To utter a sharp, quick cry, as ...
Yelp  (n.) A sharp, quick cry; a bark. ...
Yelped  (imp. & p. p.) of Yelp ...
Yelper  (n.) An animal that yelps, or makes a yelping ...
Yelper  (n.) The avocet; -- so called from its sharp, ...
Yelper  (n.) The tattler. ...
Yelping  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Yelp ...
Yelting  (n.) The Florida and West Indian red snapper (Lutianus ...
Yeman  (n.) A yeoman. ...
Yen  (pl. ) of Ye ...
Yen  (n.) The unit of value and account in Japan. ...
Yend  (v. t.) To throw; to cast. ...
Yenite  (n.) A silicate of iron and lime occurring in ...
Yeoman  (n.) A common man, or one of the commonly ...
Yeoman  (n.) A servant; a retainer. ...
Yeoman  (n.) A yeoman of the guard; also, a member ...
Yeoman  (n.) An interior officer under the boatswain, gunner, or ...
Yeomanlike  (a.) Resembling, or suitable to, a yeoman; yeomanly. ...
Yeomanly  (a.) Pertaining to a yeoman; becoming or suitable to, ...
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