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  1. Zulukinos says:
    y definition: Y is the second-to-last letter of the alphabet. (noun) An example of y is the letter "Y.".
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  5. Zulurg says:
    Jul 06,  · y is used to mean 'that' (i.e. mark a subordinate clause) when the subordinate clause begins with an affirmative form of bod not in the present tense, or another affirmative verb in any tense apart from the preterite.
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  7. Vudozshura says:
    noun, plural Y's or Ys, y's or ys. the 25th letter of the English alphabet, a semivowel. any spoken sound represented by the letter Y or y, as in yet, city, or rhythm.
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  9. Tujind says:
    Y. a late-developing letter in English. Called ipsilon in German, upsilon in Greek, the English name is of obscure origin. The sound at the beginning of yard, yes, yield, etc. is from Old English words with initial g-as in got and y-as in yet, which were considered the same sound and often transcribed as Ȝ, .

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