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yaart.the; see a and ha, Tama, ya̱, Thamar, her; Matt. 1:3.
yarel. pron.who; which; the one who, etc.; see a and ha.
emphatic; see okcha̱ki yá, 1 Sam. 2:15; chishno yá “to thee,” 2 Kings 9:5.
yabataa.flying, as clouds.alsoyobota
yaboboaa.mellow, like ripe fruit.
yaboboav. n.to be mellow.
yaboshaa.pl., soft; mellow.
yaboshav. n.to be soft or mellow.
yaboshʋchiv. t.to make soft; to soften.
yabushkiv. n.to be mellow.
yabushlia.sing., mellow; soft; spongy.
yabushliv. n.to be mellow, soft, spongy.
ya̱fan.a large scar; a crease in the skin without a wound, as in the palm of the hand and finger joints.
yahapav. a. i.to scream; to shout; to racket; to make a racket; isht yahapa, v. t., to shout; ʋllat yahapa.
yahapan.a screaming; a shouting; a racket; a riot; a shout; an uproar.
yahapan.a screamer; a shouter.
yahapaa.rude; boisterous; noisy.
yahyʋchechiv. t.to trot; to cause to trot; to make him trot.
yahyʋchiv. a. i.to trot; isuba hʋt yahyʋchi.
yahyʋchin.a trotter.
yahyʋchin.a trot.
yaiyav. a. i.to cry; to weep; to moan; to howl; to wail; to lament; to beweep; to bewail; to bleat, as sheep, and to screak; to scream; to screech; to shriek; to snivel; to squall; to squeal; to wail; to whimper; hʋchi̱yaiyaka, we have mourned unto; hʋchikyaiyoshke, ye have not lamented; ayaha̱ya, there crying, Matt. 8:12; yaha̱ya, Matt. 13:50; isht yaiya, v. t., to cry on account of or about; to lament; to moan; isht ikyaiyo, a., unwept; ili̱yaiya, to cry for each other, as Joseph and Benjamin, Gen. 45:14.
yaiyan.obsequies; a funeral cry, etc.
yaiyan.a weeper.