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yammer
Anglo-Saxon =geomerian
Definition =to lament, to groan.
Middle English =yameran
yard
Anglo-Saxon =gierdgyrd
Definition =a unit of measure.
Anglo-Saxon =geard
Definition =an enclosed area; a yard, a court.
Middle English =gerdeyerde
Definition =a unit of measure.
Middle English =yerd
Definition =an enclosed area; a yard, a court.
yarn
Anglo-Saxon =gearn
Definition =any fiber spun for knitting or weaving.
yarrow
Anglo-Saxon =gaeruwegæruwe
Middle English =yaroweyarwe
ye
Anglo-Saxon =ge
Middle English =yhe
yea
Anglo-Saxon =
Middle English =yeyo
yean
Anglo-Saxon =eánian
Middle English =genen
year
Anglo-Saxon =geárger
Middle English =yearyer
yearn
Anglo-Saxon =gyrnan
Middle English =yernan
yeast
Anglo-Saxon =gistgyst
Middle English =yest
yeld
Anglo-Saxon =gelde
yell
Anglo-Saxon =gellangiellangyllan
Middle English =yellanyolle
yellow
Anglo-Saxon =geologeolu
Middle English =yeiwezeluzeoluh
yelp
Anglo-Saxon =gielpangilpangylpan
Definition =to boast, to talk noisily.
Middle English =yelpen
Definition =to boast, to talk noisily.
yeoman
Middle English =yemanyoman
yesterday
Anglo-Saxon =geostrangeostrandæg
Middle English =yistredai
yet
Anglo-Saxon =gietgieta
Middle English =yeteyit
yew
Anglo-Saxon =íwyew
Middle English =ew
yield
Anglo-Saxon =geldangieldangildan
Middle English =yelden
yoke
Anglo-Saxon =geocgiocioc
Middle English =yokzok
yolk
Anglo-Saxon =geolcagioleca
Middle English =yelkeyolke
yonder
Middle English =yenderyonder
yore
Anglo-Saxon =geara
Middle English =yoreyoure
you
Anglo-Saxon =eow
young
Anglo-Saxon =geong
Middle English =yongeyung
youngling
Middle English =yongling
your
Anglo-Saxon =eówer
yours
Middle English =youres
youth
Anglo-Saxon =geóguth
Middle English =youthe
yule
Anglo-Saxon =geoholgeolgiuliul
Definition =Christmas, the feast of the nativity.
zenith
Middle English =senyth
Old French =cenith
Zion
Anglo-Saxon =Sion
Middle English =Syon