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-y1 full of; made of; characterized by. [4 definitions]
-y2 condition; quality. [4 definitions]
Y symbol of the chemical element yttrium.
y the twenty-fifth letter of the English alphabet. [4 definitions]
ya you (spelled to reflect informal pronunciation).
yacht any of various sailing or motor-driven vessels used for private cruises, racing, or the like. [2 definitions]
yachting the act, practice, or sport of sailing, cruising, or racing in a yacht.
yachtsman a man who owns or navigates a yacht.
yachtswoman a woman who owns or navigates a yacht.
yah used to express defiance, scorn, or ridicule.
Yahoo in the eighteenth-century novel Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift, one of a race of brutish, degraded, humanlike creatures. [3 definitions]
Yahweh a rendering of the pronunciation of the letters YHVH, used in Hebrew to represent the unutterable name of God; Jehovah.
yak1 a heavily built, long-haired, wild or domesticated ox of Tibet and Central Asia.
yak2 (slang) to talk long and idly; chatter. [2 definitions]
yakitori a Japanese dish consisting of bite-sized pieces of marinated meat, usu. chicken, that is placed on skewers with vegetable pieces and grilled.
Yalta Conference the February 1945 meeting of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin, and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill at Yalta, Crimea, U.S.S.R.
yam the edible starchy, tuberous root of a tropical climbing plant, or the plant itself. [2 definitions]
yang (sometimes cap.) in Chinese dualistic philosophy, the active, positive, bright, and masculine force in the universe and in individual beings. (Cf. yin.)
Yangon former capital city of Myanmar, also known by its older name in English, "Rangoon."
Yangtze see "Chang Jiang."
Yangtze River see "Chang Jiang River."