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Wo-worth, an interjection of dislike, often used in
Hickes's Thesaurus. I. 232. note a.
“ Goth. vippia, corona." Sibbald, voce wipp.
Y-witte, (v.) know.
note 13. Yare, (a.) ready: Yare, (adv.) suddenly: Yarked, (p.) prepared. to Yearn, (v.) to desire eagerly: Yede, yeid, (v.) went. to Yelp, (v.) to cry, wail, boast, prate. Yern, (adv.) eagerly. Yernid, (p.) desired. Yet, (adv.) still farther. Yewt, (n.) a scream. Sc. Vide Yamer. Ying, (a.) young. Ynglis, English. Yode, (v. n.) went. Yold, (v.) yielded. Yore, (a.) far, long; Ypocras, (n.) medicated wine, the materials of
which are to be found in many old recipe-books.
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