Definition of "y" [y]
- (noun) The 25th letter of the modern English alphabet.
- (noun) Any of the speech sounds represented by the letter y.
- (noun) The 25th in a series.
- (noun) Something shaped like the letter Y.
- (unknown) The symbol for ordinate.
- (noun) the 25th letter of the modern English alphabet
- (noun) a speech sound represented by this letter, in English usually a semivowel, as in yawn, or a vowel, as in symbol or shy
- (noun) something shaped like a Y
- (noun) (in combination)
Use "y" in a sentence
- "But that which was more lamentable, and of all sorowes most heavie to be borne, was that many of their children, by these occasions, and y "great licen - tiousnes of youth in y* - countrie, and y° manifold temp - tations of the place, were drawne away by evill examples into extravagante & dangerous courses, getting y" raines off their neks, & departing from their parents."
- "And though I doubt not but it will be more fully done by my honourd friends, whom it 'did more di - rectly concerne, and have more pcrticuler knowledg of y° matter, yet I will here give a hinte of y* same, and Gods providence in preventing y' hurte that might have come by y 'same."
- " Articles of Conffederation betweene y Plantations under y« Govermente of Massachusets, y = Plantations under y*"