Indeed; truly: They have spoken, yea, shouted their reply. (adverb)
An affirmative statement or vote.(noun)
One who votes affirmatively.(noun)
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Use "yea" in a sentence
"As "yea" is His word, so "Amen" is His oath, which makes our assurance of the fulfilment doubly sure."
"Walker's Andrew Jackson, after leading the over-eager troupe through an opening number that repeats the words "Populism yea yea," is next seen playing with wooden dolls as a child who loses his parents to either cholera or Indian attacks."
"February 12th, 2010 at 2: 30 pm muzz (brought to you by Screaming Yellow Zonkers) says: bizarrobrain – yea, and with the blind following of the rightwing goons that the trolls do – they are just going to get stupider and stupider by the day"