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YASAI SIDEN between the eyes

YASAI SILENGGI tears caused by the

wind or by emotion

YASAHANGGE provided with small holes or openings

YASALABUMBI caus./pass. of yasalambi

YASALAMBI to glance at, to look at

YASATABUMBI to keep a hawk from closing its eyes during a whole night

YASATU HAFAN an ancient designation for censors

YASATU HIYAN a type of incense

YASE middleman, agent

YASHA 1. netting, screen, grating 2. a net woven from the hair of a horse's tail for catching small birds and animals 3. a screen placed on the eaves of the palace to keep birds from nesting there

YASHA FA a window covered with a criss-crossed netlike screen

YASHALABUMBI caus. of yashalambi

YASHALAMBI 1. to make netting or screen 2. to make lanterns 3. to place in a net bag

YASHALAHA DALANGGA a dam with filters

YASHANGGA provided with grillwork

YASHANGGA GIYALAKŪ a grillwork partition

YASHANGGA LOHO a sword with grill-work designs on the blade

YASHANGGA UCE a grillwork door

YASUKA an eagle resembling the isuka that is found in Liaotung

YATARABUMBI caus. of yatarambi

YATARAKŪ an instrument for striking a fire, a flint

YATARAKŪ FADU a bag for flint


YATARAMBI to strike a fire (with a flint)

YATUGAN see yatuhan

YATUHAN a zitherlike instrument having fourteen strings

YAYA every, each, any

YAYA DEMUN I OCI OKINI let it be as it may

YAYA HACIN every kind, every sort

YAYADAMBI to lisp, to speak unclearly

YAYAMBI to mumble (an incantation)

YE the secondary beams of a roof, a small beam

YE CA demon, yaksha

YEBCUKE see yebcungge

YEBCŪNGGE pretty, likable, attractive

YEBCUNGGE BAITA affair of the heart

YEBE better, improved (of an illness)

YEBECUNGGE one who has gotten better, convalescent

YEBELEMBI to find amusing, to find pleasure in, to esteem (generally used only in the negative)

YEBEЉEMBI see yebelembi

YEBEЉEO bailiff, constable

YEBIHEN a ceiling cover made from paper

YEBKELEMBI to be capable

YEBKEN 1. capable, efficient 2. sharp, fine

YEBKEN HAHA a capable man

YEBKEN MORIN a fine horse

YECA see yakca

YECE a ghost with white hair and bloody wounds

YECE HUTU the same as yece

YECUHE 1. the name of a small black fly 2. flying ant

YEDUN a deer-head mask worn by hunters who are trying to lure deer

YEHE 1. a tube on the top of a helmet used for attaching a tassel 2. the surface of an arrowhead 3. white hemp that has been treated in lime water

YEHENGGE made of bleached linen

YEHENGGE ETUKU a mourning garment

YEHENGGE MAHALA a mourning hat

YEHERE porcelain, chinaware

YEHERE FENGSE a porcelain tray

YEHERENGGE made of porcelain

YEHETUN a kiln (for making porcelain)

YEISE coconut

YEKEMBI to sing erotic songs

YEKEN AKŪ lowly, debased, not upright

YEKENGGE noble, grand

YEKENGGE HAHA a noble man

YEKERAKŪ not upright, ignoble

YEKERЉEBUMBI caus./pass. of yekerљembi

YEKERЉEMBI to taunt, to incite

YEKSE a shaman's cap

YEKSEHE see yekse

YEKSERHEN a house lizard

YELMEN one name for the sparrowhawk; cf. silmen

YELU a boar, a male pig

YELU BAIMBI to seek a boar (of a sow)

YEMCEN 1. see imcin 2. see yemji

YEMJI 1. apparition, ghost 2. a deity of lakes and rivers--it takes the form of a three-year-old child with long ears, red eyes, and beautiful hair

YEMJIRI GASHA one name for the owl

YEMJITU DOBI the name of a mythical reptile on the Yangtze

YEN 1. a mountain path, an animal trail 2. yin--the female principle; cf. e

YENDEBUMBI caus. of yendembi

YENDEBUN the name of one of the parts of the Classic of Poetry

YENDEMBI to rise, to flourish, to be prosperous

YENDEHE flourishing, prosperous

YENDEN ascent, rise

YENDENGGE MUDAN the rising tone of

classical Chinese phonology

YENGGE bird-cherry (Prunus padus)

YENGGEHE small parrot

YENGGEHERI bright green, parrot-green

YENGGUHE large parrot

YENGGŪHE see yengguhe

YENGHUHE a female parrot

YENGKE MENGGUN small silver bars of about five ounces weight

YENGSI a banquet, a bridal banquet

YENJU a mountain path

YENMANGGI soot on the bottom of a pot

YENTU 1. a narrow woven belt 2. new feathers that grow next to the large wing feathers on a bird 3. an iron for ironing clothes

YENTU CECIKE the name of a small bird with brown eyes, blackish beak, white stripes over the eyes, speckled feathers, and yellow legs


YERTEBUMBI taus./pass. of yertembi

YERTECUKE shameful


YERTECUN GIRUCUN shame and disgrace

YERTEMBI to be ashamed, to be embarrassed

YERTEЉEMBI to be mortified from shame

YERU hole, pit, den (of tigers, panthers, leopards, wildcats, etc.)

YERUTU a stone house used by various aboriginal peoples of South China

YESORO an exotic apricotlike fruit

YEYE 1. maggot 2. glutinous, sticky 3. sticky mud 4. annoying, obtrusive 5. (paternal) grandfather

YEYE BELE glutinous rice

YEYE BOIHON sticky mud

YEYE HANDU the same as yeye bete

YEYE IRA glutinous millet

YEYE SCEScHUN annoying and loathsome

YEYE ЉUЉU glutinous kaoliang

YEYEDEMBI to speak in a long-winded, annoying manner

YO 1. a handful; cf. sefere 2. see yoo

YOBO 1. fun, play, joking 2. a person who likes to play, a merrymaker, mischievous person

YOBO MAKTAMBI to make someone laugh by amusing talk, to joke

YOBO NIYALMA a mischievous person, a practical joker

YOBODOBUMBI caus./pass. of yobodombi

YOBODOMBI to have fun, to joke, to make sport of

YOCAMBI to itch, to be bitten by bugs

YODAMBI to carry suspended

YODAN raincoat, rain cape

YOGE a food offering (see below)

YOGE SINDAMBI to perform a service for the dead, to perform the ullambana service during which a miniature pagoda made of fruit is scattered by monks

YOGE SINDARA ISAN a gathering for the ullambana service

YOGE SINDARA KARAN a miniature pagoda made from cakes (a type of offering)

YOGE SINDARA MANDAL the place where the ullambana service was performed, a service for the dead

YOHAN cotton

YOHAN SURI a type of thin cotton material

YOHAN UKSIN padded armor

YOHI 1. complete, intact, without gaps 2. a (complete) set

YOHIBUN a collection of documents or writings

YOHIMBI (-ka, -ra/ndara) 1. to form a scab 2. to pay heed to, to mind, to pay attention to

YOHINGGA whole, entire

YOHO yolk

YOHON water ditch in a field

YOHORON 1. a waterway in the mountains 2. small stream or canal

YOHORON GOCIMBI to expand like a dammed stream (said of fattening horses)

YOHORONOMBI to form a groove or furrow

YOJIN one name for the peacock; cf. tojin

YOJOHO itching

YOJOHOЉOMBI to itch to the point where one can't bear it any longer

YOJOMBI to itch; cf. yocambi

YOKCIN imposing, impressive

YOKCIN AKŪ small and pale, petty, unimpressive

YOKCINGGA having a good appearance, impressive

YOKIDUN the (Cantonese) partridge; cf. jukidun

YOKTAKŪ see yokto akū

YOKTO 1. proper, suitable, meet 2. meaningful 3. see also ai yokto

YOKTO AKŪ 1. improper, unsuitable, embarrassing 2. meaningless, depressed, without enthusiasm

YOKTOKŪ see yokto akū

YOLO cinereous vulture (Vultur monachus)

YOLO INDAHŪN the name of a dog with a thick head and tail, hanging lips, and big ears

YOLO JAHŪDAI the name of a boat propelled by a scull at the stern

YOLO YOKTO AKŪ thoroughly improper, thoroughly embarrassing

YOLOKTO pied woodpecker (Dryobates cabanisi)

YOLONGGI sparks or cinders that fly out from a fire
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