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YOU YYM 187

Ynsagh-eeayi'n, s. f. navigation.

Dy Yn'saghey, v. to learn, to teach, to instruct, to receive instruction.

Yn'see, a. d. of learning or teaching.

Fer Yn'see, s. m. a teacher, a taught person.

Fir Yn'see, s. pl. teachers, taught persons.

Yn'seydagh, s. m. a learner, a pupil, a scholar; pl. 71.

Yn'seyder, s. m. a teacher; pl. —yn.

Yn'sit, 85. learned, taught.

Dy Yn'sit, adv. learnedly.

Yn'soil, a. teachable, able to learn.

Yoan, v. did dust or dusted; —agh; —in; —ins; -ym; —yms; —ys, 94.

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Ro Yoan'agh, a. too dusty.

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Dy Yoan'ey, v. to dust.

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E Yoan'eyder, s. his duster.

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Ro Yoan'it, a. too dusted.

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Dy Yoan'lagh, s. of misting or drizzling rain.

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Dy Yoan'laghey, v. to missle or drizzle rain.

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Ny Yoar'ree, s. a stranger.

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Ro Yoar'ree, a. too strange.

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E Yoar'reeaght, s. his strange or foreign place.

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E Yoar'reeys, s. his estrangement.

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Yo'in. See Yioyn; Pro. xxiv. 28.

Yo'in, I would get or have; —s, id. em.

Yok, v. yoke; —agh; —ee; —in; {{sc|—ins; —ym; —yms; —ys, 94.

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Dy Yok'al, s. to yoke.

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Daa Yok'al, s. two yokings.

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Veh Yok'it, 85. he was yoked.

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E Yolg, s. his thorn or knitting needle.

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E Yol'lys, s. his voracity or greediness.

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Ro Yol'lyssagh, a. too voracious, greedy, too ravenous; s. a ravenous person; pl. 71.

  • Yons or Yonse, v. did jolt or wince; —agh; —in; -ym; —yms; —ys, 94.
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Dy Yon'seragh, v. to jolt or wince.

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E Yon'seyder, s. his wincer, &c.

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Ro Yon'sit, a. too much jolted or winced.

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E Yooid, s. his eagerness of appetite.

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Ro Yooigh, a. too greedy. See Jooigh.

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Yooigh'ey, a. pl. greedy; as, moddee yooighey, (greedy dogs).

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Dy Yough, s. of drink.

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E Youish, s. his shears.

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Dy You'yil, s. pl. of devils.

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Y Youyl, s. a devil.

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Ro Youyi'lagh, a. too devilish or diabolical.

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Yoyn, v. did join or joined; —agh; —in; —ins; —ym; —yms; —ys, 94.

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Dy Yoy'nal, v. to join.

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Ro Yoy'nit, a. too joined.

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Yru or Yrjee, v. make higher, exalt; —agh; —in; —ins; —ym; —yms; —ys.

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Dy Yr'jaghey, v. to exalt; Isaiah, xxxiii. 5.

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Yn Yr'jey, s. the height.

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Yn Yr'jid, s. the height or highness.

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Jees Yr'yin, s. two males or he ones; Dan. viii. 5.

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E Yr'rynid, s. his he-ness, masculineness.

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Ys'kan, s. an ell; pl. —yn.

Ys'kid, s. shank or hough; 2 Sam. viii. 4; Josh. xi. 9; the part an animal has below the trunk of the body; pl. —yn. Yskidyn liaugrey (long shanks).

Yn Ys'seree, s. the knowledge, the fore knowledge; Luke, xi. 52.

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Dy Yuai'l, s. of deprivation or loss.

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Er Yuai'l, v. hath, &c., deprived or lost.

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Yuan, s. John, voc. of Juan.

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E Yuil'ley, s. his boy; pl. 69.

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Yuis'tey, a. d. of a wooden dish.

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Yn Yuiy, s. the goose.

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Er Yum'mal, v. hath, &c., wasted, lavished or squandered; —agh; —in; —ins; —ym; —yms; —ys, 94.

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Ro Yum'mallagh or Yum'maltagh, a. too wasteful or lavish, &c.; s. a waster, a squanderer, &c.; pl. 71.

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E Yum'mal or Yum'mallys, s. his wastefulness, his lavishing or squandering.

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Ro Yum'mallit, a. too wasted, destroyed, &c.

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Yunt, v. did joint or jointed; —agh; —in; —ins; —ym; —yms; —ys.

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Droyh Yunt, s. a had scam or joint in wood, stone, &c.

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Dy Yunt'al or Yuntey, v. to joint together in joints, to join in seams.

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E Yunt'eyder, s. his jointer.

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Ro Yunt'it, 85. too jointed.

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E Yurnaa' or Yurnah', s. his journey; pl. —ghyn or —yn.

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Dy Yunnagh'ey, v. to journey.

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E Yurnah'ys, s. his journeying.

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Dy Yuys, s. of fir.

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Ro Yymmoo'sagh, a. too wroth or wrathful, angry.

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E Yymmoose', s. his wrath, anger, fury, rage; pl. —yn.

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Dy Yymmoos'ey, v. to make wroth or angry.

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