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-es1 used to form the third person sing. present tense of verbs that end in "s," "z," "ch," "sh," "x," or "y" that changes to "i".
-es2 used to form the regular plural of nouns that end in "s," "x," "z," "ch," "sh," or "y" that changes to "i".
-eth used to form an ordinal when a number ends in "-y".
-ey variant of -y1.
-ie a variant of -y.
Óscar Romero El Salvadoran Roman Catholic priest who was assassinated in retaliation for his social and political activity; born Óscar Arnulfo Romero y Galdámez (b.1917--d.1980).
palatal articulated with the front of the tongue close to or against the hard palate, as the consonant "y" in the word "yellow". [1/3 definitions]
semivowel a sound like a vowel sound that is indicated by a consonant, such as the sound of "w" or an initial "y," as in "yell".
sex chromosome either of two sex-determining chromosomes, designated X and Y, in the reproductive cells of human beings, most animals, and some plants.
slingshot a small hand-held weapon consisting of an elastic strap attached to a Y-shaped stick, used to shoot stones and the like.
sonorant a voiced consonant regarded as a syllabic sound, as "l," "r," "w," or "y".
vowel in the English alphabet, any of the letters "a," "e," "i," "o," "u," and sometimes "y". [1/3 definitions]
x-axis in three dimensions, the axis along which the x ordinates are measured and at which the y and z ordinates are zero. [1/2 definitions]
y something shaped like a Y, such as a road intersection. [2/4 definitions]
y-axis in a two-dimensional coordinate system, the vertical axis along which the y ordinates are measured. [2 definitions]
yttrium a metallic chemical element that has thirty-nine protons in each nucleus and that occurs as a trivalent ion. (symbol: Y)