Old EnglishsbEnglish
Yode vbPast tense of "to go"
Yogh nThe letter yogh (ȝogh) (Ȝ ȝ; Middle English: ȝogh) was used in Middle English and Older Scots, representing y (/j/) and various velar phonemes. It was derived from the Old English form of the letter g. In Middle English writing, tailed z came to be indistinguishable from yogh.
Yoke nBit of wood to which plough etc. is fixed, placed across neck of oxen to keep them together. 2. Condition esp. that of being married, uniting persons; rule, control. 2. top part of skirt to which lower part is fixed.
Yoke-bone nCheek bone or malar bone
Yoked adjHaving a yoke.
Yoke-elm nHornbeam
Yoke-fellow nPerson associated with another, esp. in the same occupation, plight, pursuit, of the same mind or belief. 2 a convict. 3. a person joined in marriage to another, a husband, a wife, a spouse
Yokeless adjWithout a yoke; fig unrestrained, not subjected to restraint, dissolute.
Yokewood nCatalpa longissima, a brown grey, hard, heavy, durable and fairly strong wood.
Yoking nSubjugation, submission. 2. harness-gear
Yoking nA measure of land, measured by the amount of land a team of yoked oxen could plough in a day
Yoklet nIn Kent, a small manor
Yold vbTo yield, pay.
Yolden ppPast particle of yield; surrendered as a prisoner, hence submissive. 2. wearied, exhausted.
Yoldring nA species of bunting, the yellowhammer.
Yolk nThe yellow part of an egg. 2. Greasy substance secreted by the sebaceous glands in the skin of a sheep, which serves to moisten and soften the wool; also called wool-oil or lanolin. 2.the centre; the innermost part.
Yolky adjFull of eggs; of, pertaining to, or having the characteristic of yolk.
Yomer adjSorrowful, wretched, grievous, doleful
Yomer vbTo murmur, complain, lament, mourn
Yomerness nWretchedness, misery, yomering
Yon adjThat or those over there, referring to a visible person, thing or object at a distance. 2. The Yon:the farther or the more distant; yonder. NB: Hither & yon
Yon advYonder, that.
Yon prnYonder person or thing.
Yon phr"Hither & Yon" -near and far.
YondprepAlso conj. - the farther, the more distant, the yondmost, the other side. 2. On the farther side, beyond; at or to a distance (far or farther away. 3. Over, across, through or through out.
Yond phr"Far Yond" - in a bad state or a bit far gone.
Yond phr"Here and Yond "- here & there; hither & yond: hither & thither.
Yonder advOver there in that direction
Yonders adjNext following, as in yonders night
Yondside adjOn the far side
Y'oned ppUnited
Yong nA going, journey, voyage, trip
Yong vbTo go, travel, voyage
Yore adjA long time ago, in a time past, formerly, anciently, before.
Yore nPast, long yore, long ago.
Yore-flood nThe Deluge, The Biblical Flood, Noah's Flood
Yore-while advSome time ago.
York nName of the capital city of Yorkshire, probably from OE (Wic(k): dwelling, town, settlement
Youth nYouth-hood
Yote vbTo pour, to pour liquid upon, to soak. 2. to cast in metal. 3. to cast in metal. 4. to fasten in a metal bar or a steel block. See also 'Yet', 'Yetling', 'Yetter'.
Yoter nCaster of metal
Yotling nPot or boiler, usu. of cast iro. 2. various articles of cast iron. 3. Cast iron (itself), cast.
You prnPlural of the second person pronoun, but used also as a singular form
You phr"Between You and Me" - confidentially (with only us in the known).
You phr"You Aint Seen Nothing Yet" - there's is much better or worse to come.
You phr"You All" (You'll, a prn) -usu. more than one.
You phr"You and the Other Ninety-nine" - i don't believe you can; you and whose army.
You phr"You and Yours" - you and and all your family.
You phr"You and Your Meetings" - a teasing, impatient, or contemptous remark about somthing one does, says, suggests etc.
You phr"You and Your Something" - something belonging to somebody else of which one disapproves.
You phr"You Are a Long Time Dead" - life is short so enjoy, make yourself useful, experience all you ca.
You phr"You Are (you're)Never Too old to Learn" - you can always learn something new.
You phr"You're On" - used as a way of expressing agreement to something happening.
You phr"You're Only Young Once" - the opportunity of youth are available for a short time. 2. let young people have freedom and fun they can get , because they have enough work and worry later.
You phr"You're Right" - indicating that what the interlocutor said is correct.
You phr"You're Telling Me" - used to emphasize that one is already aware of or in complete agreement with something.
You phr"You're Welcome" - used to acknowledge thanks. 2. it is a pleasure ; it is no trouble at all; don't mention it.
You phr "You Are What You Eat" - notion that to be fit and healthy you need to eat good food.
You phr"You Better Believe It" - affirmation, that's the truth.
You phr"You Can Keep It" - it's your, I don't want it: because I have a poor opinion of it.
You phr"You Can Lead a Horse to Water, but You Can't Make It Drink"
You phr"You Can Say That Again" - used to express agreement that someone is undeniably correct or that something is absolutely true.
You phr"You Can Talk" - used to convey criticism made applies equality well to the person who made it.
You phr"You Can't Be Fairer than That" - that someone is acting fair and reasonable. 2. one cannot hope for a better decision or outcome.
You phr"You Can't Live Them, You Can't Live Without Them" - a mixture of humor and regret regarding the vicissitudes of an imperfect relationship between marital or romantic couples.
You phr"You Can't Make a Fish Out of One, and a Fowl of Another" - you have to treat all fair and equally.
You phr"You Can't Put An Old (Wise) Head on young Shoulders" - you can't expect a young person to have the wisdom or maturity of an older person.
You phr"You Can't Hunt or Run With the Hare and Hunt With the Hounds" - keep in with two opposing sides.
You phr"You Can Say That Again" - used to emphasize agreement.
You phr"You Can't Take Him Anywhere" - child, friend, family can't be trusted to behave in company.
You phr"You Can't Take It with You" - it is not possible to take one's material wealth or possessions to whatever may await you after death.
You phr"You Can't Win" - whatever you choose to do has an unhappy conclusion, does not please satisfy.
You phr"You Could Have Knocked Me Down with a Feather" - implying one's utter surprise at a given circumstance and event.
You phr"You Could Say That" - it is fairly true or correct; that is your opinion.
You phr"You Don't Know Half of It" - an exclamation. used to say that someone doesn't know everything about a situation, with the assumption that the speaker does.
You phr"You Don't Need the Weatherman to Know You Which Way the Wind is Blowing"
You phr"You Don't Say" -ccan that be true; I surprized to hear that.
You phr "You Had To Be There" - one must be present to properly understand some situation being discussed.
You phr"You Have Got To Be In It, To Win It" - to succeed or achieve something you must first compete or try.
You phr "You Have Got to Laugh" - you have to see the amusing side of a difficult situation otherwise you will be sad or angry.
You phr"You Know" - you know or understand very well. 2. i don't need to explain. 3. iam reminding you. 4,. I am correcting or contradicting you.
You phr"You Know What I Mean" - used to suggest that what is said is understood is understood and agreed with.
You phr"You Know What They Say" - a stock phrase to a specific group about, of. 2. when the character refers to him/herself whether or not saying something, regardless or not he.she does.
You phr"You Know What You Can Do With That" - I don't want it; I will have nothing to do with that; I refuse to accept that.
You phr"You Learn Something New Every Day" - an utterance after acquiring new knowledge.
You phr"You Make Your Bed, You Lie On It" - you will suffer the consequences of what you do or don't do.
You phr"You Name It, They Have It" - every person, thing, place, you care to name or think of (we have met enjoyed, visited it etc.
You phr"You Never Know What You've Got Until Its Gone" - you never fully appreciate a person or thing until you lose them.
You phr"You Only Get Back What You Give" - Life can be very unfair from time to time, but not always. There is one important rule in life that we often forget about and is quite fair. You only get as much out of life as you put into it. Nothing worthwhile comes easily. Nothing great can be achieved quickly and effortlessly. If you want to blossom in life, you will have to put in.
You phr"You Only Live Once" - let people enjoy themselves when they can, for life is short.
You phr"You Said It" - I agree wholeheartedly, you are absolutely right, you can say that again..
You phr"You Said It All" - you summed up the situation perfectly.
You phr"You Shouldn't Have" - thanking somebody who has given you a present, when you are not expecting to recieve one.
You phr"You Unring a Bell" - in law an analogy used to suggest the difficulty of forgetting information once it is known. Used to describe a judge's instruction to the jury to ignore inadmissable evidence.
You phr"You What !" - an exclamation of disbelief, shock, anger, etc about something reported to one.
You phr"You Win" - Used to express resignation. 2. to concede defeat even though one is not convinced of the opposing arguments
You phr"You Win Some, You Lose Some" - used for showing sympathy to someone who has not been successful or for showing that you accept that you have not been successful
You phr"You Wish!" - used to tell someone that the thing that they want to happen is completely impossible.
You-Know-What prnA person or thing unspecified but understood.
Young adjNot old or far advanced or in early stages of growth, life, development or existence. 2. Having the qualities of youth. Phr: young in or with child: pregnant and early stages of pregnancy
Young phr"A Bright Young Thing" - a young intelligent (usu. a woman) person.
Young phr"An Old Head on Young Shoulders" - experience, knowledge and maturity in a young person.
Young phr"On for Young and Old" - the excitement has started.
Young phr"The Night is Young" - the project is at a very early stage.
Young phr"With Young" - pregnant.
Young phr"Young and Old" - people of all ages.
Young phr"Young at Heart" - with a young person's outlook although no longer young.
Youngblood nNew, younger members of a group.
Young buck nA teenager or young adult male, adolescent, stripling, teenager. 2. a juvenile before onset of puberty and maturity.
Young-eyed adjHaving youthful eyes or fresh vision; bright-eyed.
Younghood nThe state of being young, adolescence, teenhood.
Young hopeful nLikely to succeed, promising.
Youngish adjSomewhat young.
Young lady nA young (esp. an unmarried)woman; a girl.
YounglingnA young person or animal.
Youngly adjIn a young or youthful manner; youthful, immaturely
Youngman nA man who is young; a boy. 2. a boyfriend or sweetheart.
Youngness nThe state of being young or youthful.
Youngster nA child or young person.
Youngth nState of being young or period of life when one is young. 2. Young people collectively
Young thing nYoung person (a bright young thing (female).
Youngthly adjPertaining to youth; youthly
Young un nA youngster, young child; young one.
Your prnThe form of the possessive case of the personal pronoun you. The possessive takes the form yours when the noun to which it refers is not expressed, but implied; as, this book is yours. “An old fellow of yours.”
Your phr"Your Best Friend Won't Tell You" - een your friends don't like to tell you of an embarrassing situation or thing about yourself.
Your phr"Your Good Name" - (archaic) mark of respect in quaint English. 2. your name.
Your phr"Yours Truly" - me
Your phr"Your Need Is Greater than Mine" - you may, or must, have something because you need it more than I do.
Yourself prnAn emphasized or reflexive form of the pronoun of the second person; - used as a subject commonly with you; as, you yourself shall see it; also, alone in the predicate, either in the nominative or objective case; as, you have injured yourself .
Yourself phr"Be yourself" - act in a normal, unconstrained manner.
Yourself phr"How's yourself?" - (slang) how are you?
Youser nFetid discharge from a wound; pus
Youser vbTo fester
Youser adjPurulent, poisonous
Youth nYoung in time or life. 2. state before adulthood. 3. having young qualities; a youngling
Youthen adjMake youthful in appearance, behavior,or qualities of mind or feelings.
Youthful adjYoung, esp. in appearance and manner. 2. having the the characteristics of youth.
Youthfully advCharacteristic of youth , young.
Youthfulness nThe fact of being a youth.
Youthhood nThe fact, condition, state, or time of being a youth.
Youthless adjDevoid of youth; old; aged.
Youthlike adjCharacteristic of youth.
Youthly advPossessing the quality or characteristics of youth. 2. realting to resembling youth; youthful.
Youthwort nSundew
Youthy advYouthful