Old EnglishsbEnglish
Yield nPayment, money paid as a tribute or tax. 2. payment for loss or injury, compensation. 3. Offering of sacrifice to a deity; worship. 4. reward, recompense, retribution. 5. Amount obtained from some financial action, as from an investment or revenue from tax. 6. Amount produced, output. Yielding
Yield vbGive as fruit, profit, outcome, give up (right or thing), give way to, be less good than. 2. Giving in, surrender, submit.
Yield advReadily giving in or giving away
Yield phrYield the Ghost" - to die, pass away.
Yield phr"Yield To" - allow oneself to be overcome by pressure. 2. give in, give way to, surrender.
Yield phr"Yield Up" - hand to the foe in admission to defeat, surrender. 2. render up. 3. reveal, disclose, give up.
Yielder nSomething or someone that yields, as a crop or other product. 2. someone or something that yields, or gives.
Yielding nA concession.
Yielding adjDocile or inclined to give away to pressure.
Yieldingly advIn a yielding way.
Yieldless adjUnyielding, steadfastful, not surrending. 2. not providing any yield or return.
Yieldingness nA tendency to yield, submissiveness.
Yield-strength nThe point at which the strength or strain just exceeds the elastic strength of the material. 2, the stress beyond which a material becomes plastic.
Yieldwell adjfruitful
Yieldy adjYielding.
Yield-yell nA violent pressure of the thumb under the lobe of the ear.
Yil nO.E. ealu: ale.
Yisel nHostage
Yisse vbTo covet
Yisser nCovetous person.
Yissing nCoveting, covetousness
Yit prnYe two, both of you.
Yive vbTo give (obsolete).