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yacht {n} (slick and light ship) :: јахта {f}; jahta {f}
yacht {n} :: јахта {f}; jahta {f}
yaffingale {n} (green woodpecker) SEE: green woodpecker ::
yaffle {n} (green woodpecker) SEE: green woodpecker ::
yaffler {n} (green woodpecker) SEE: green woodpecker ::
Yahoo! {prop} (a popular web portal) :: Јаху! {m} /Jahu!/, Јаху {m} /Jahu/
Yahweh {prop} (Jehovah) SEE: Jehovah ::
yak {n} (ox-like mammal) :: jak {m}
yak {v} (talk informally, persistently) :: blebetati
yak {v} (vomit) :: rigati
yak {n} (vomit) :: rigotina {f} /риготина/
Yakutsk {prop} (city in Russia) :: Јакутск {m}; Jakutsk {m}
Yalta {prop} (city in Crimea) :: Јалта {f}; Jalta {f}
yam {n} (potato) SEE: potato ::
yam {n} (sweet potato) SEE: sweet potato ::
Yamal {prop} (a large peninsula in the Russian North) :: Јамал {m}; Jamal {m}
Yangtze {prop} (river) :: Јангцекјанг, Јангце; Jangcekjang, Jangce
Yanukovych {prop} (Ukrainian surname) :: Јанукович, Janukovič
Yaoundé {prop} (capital of Cameroon) :: Јаунде; Jaunde
Yaoundé {prop} :: Yaoundé
Yap {prop} (an island in the Caroline Islands of western Micronesia) :: Јап {m} /Jap/
yard {n} (land around a house) :: дво̀рӣште {n}, а̀влија {f}; dvòrīšte {n}, àvlija {f}
yarn {n} (fiber strand for knitting or weaving) :: пре̏дӣво {n}, пре̏ђа {f}; prȅdīvo {n}, prȅđa {f}
Yaroslav {prop} (Slavic name) :: Јарослав; Jaroslav
Yaroslavl {prop} (city) :: Јарослав {m}, Јарослављ {m}, Jaroslav {m}, Jaroslavlj {m}
yarrow {n} (any of several pungent Eurasian and North American herbs, of the genus Achillea) :: сто̀лиснӣк {m}; stòlisnīk {m}
yashmak {n} (a veil worn by Muslim women) :: зар {m}, марама {f}, вео {m}; zar {m}, marama {f}, veo {m}
yawl {n} (sailing vessel) :: шојка {f}, шљупка {f}; šojka {f}, šljupka {f}
yawn {v} (open the mouth and take a deep breath) :: зевати {impf}, зијевати {impf}; zevati {impf}, zijevati {impf}
yawn {n} (the action of yawning) :: зијев, зев {m}; zijev, zev {m}
yeah {particle} (yes) :: da da; ; da
year {n} (time it takes for the Earth to complete one revolution around the Sun) :: година {f}, лето {n}; godina {f}, leto {n}
year {n} (a level or grade at school or college) :: разред {m}, година {f}; razred {m}, godina {f}
yearbook {n} (reference book, published annually) :: годишњак {m}; godišnjak {m}
yearn {v} (to have a strong desire; to long) :: че̏знути; жу́дјети (Ijekavian), жу́дети (Ekavian); čȅznuti; žúdjeti (Ijekavian), žúdeti (Ekavian)
yeast {n} (fungus) :: квас {m}, квасац {m}; kvas {m}, kvasac {m}
yeast {n} (cake or dried granules used to make bread dough rise) :: квасац {m}, герма {f}; kvasac {m}, germa {f}
yech {interj} (yuck) SEE: yuck ::
Yehuda {prop} (male given name) SEE: Judah ::
Yekaterinburg {prop} (city in Russia) :: Јекатеринбург {m}, Екатеринбург {m}, Jekaterinburg {m}, Ekaterinburg {m}
yellow {adj} (having yellow as its colour) :: жу̑т; žȗt
yellow {n} (colour) :: жута {f}; žuta {f}
yellow {v} (to become yellow or more yellow) :: [Ekavian] жу́тети, [Ijekavian] жу́тјети; [Ekavian] žúteti, [Ijekavian] žútjeti
yellow {v} (to cause to become yellow or more yellow) :: жу́тити; žútiti
yellowish {adj} (somewhat yellow) :: жу̏ћкаст; žȕćkast {m}
yellow jersey {n} (shirt worn by the leader in the Tour de France) :: жута ма̏јица {f}; žuta mȁjica {f}
Yellow Sea {prop} (Asian sea) :: Жуто море {n}; Žuto more {n}
yelp {v} (to utter an abrupt, high-pitched noise) :: cičati
Yeltsin {prop} (Russian surname) :: Јељцин; Jeljcin
Yemen {prop} (Republic of Yemen) :: Је̏мен {m}; Jȅmen {m}
yen {n} (unit of Japanese currency) :: јен {m}; jen {m}
Yenisei {prop} (river in Russia) :: Јенисеј {m}; Jenisej {m}
Yerevan {prop} (the capital and largest city of Armenia) :: Јереван {m}, Ѐрева̄н {m}; Jerevan {m}, Èrevān {m}
yes {particle} (word used to indicate agreement or acceptance) :: да; da
yes {particle} :: да da
yes {interj} (expression of pleasure, joy or great excitement) :: to!
yes man {n} (a person who always agrees with his employer or superior) :: послушник {m}; poslušnik {m}
yesterday {n} (day before today) :: ју̀че̄р, ју̀че; jùčēr, jùčē
yesterday {adv} (on the day before today) :: ју̀че̄р, ју̀че; jùčēr, jùčē
yesterday night {n} (last night) SEE: last night ::
yesteryear {n} (last year) :: lani, лани
yet {adv} (even) SEE: even ::
yew {n} (Taxus baccata) :: ти̏са {f}; tȉsa {f}
yew {n} (tree or shrub of the genus Taxus) :: ти̏са {f}; tȉsa {f}
Yiddish {adj} (of or pertaining to the Yiddish language) :: jidiš
Yiddish {prop} (language) :: јидиш {m}; jidiš {m}
Yiddish {adj} (Hebrew) SEE: Hebrew ::
Yiddish {prop} (Hebrew) SEE: Hebrew ::
Yiddish {adj} (Jewish) SEE: Jewish ::
Yiddish {prop} (Jewish) SEE: Jewish ::
yield {n} (quantity of something produced) :: urod {m}
yin-yang {n} (vagina) SEE: vagina ::
Yitzchak {prop} (given name) SEE: Isaac ::
yodel {n} (song) :: jodlanje {n}
yoga {n} (Hindu discipline) :: јога {f}, joga {f}
yogurt {n} (a milk-based product thickened by a bacterium-aided curdling process) :: јогурт {m}; jogurt {m}
yoke {n} (wooden bar) :: иго {n}, јарам {m}; igo {n}, jaram {m}
yokel {n} (unsophisticated person) :: seljak {m}, seljačina {f}
yokel {n} (person of rural background) :: seljak {m}
yolk {n} (yellow of egg) :: жуманце {n}, жуманaц {m}, жумањак {m}; žumance {n}, žumanac {m}, žumánjak {m}
yonder {adv} (in a distant, indicated place) :: онде, onde
Yoruba {prop} :: Јоруба {f} /Joruba/
you {pron} (subject pronoun: the group being addressed) :: vi
you {pron} (subject pronoun: the person being addressed) :: [familiar] ти, [polite] ви; [familiar] ti, [polite] vi
you {determiner} :: ti
you {v} (to address using the more formal second-person pronoun) :: персирати, говорити ви; persirati, govoriti vi
you are welcome {phrase} (you're welcome) SEE: you're welcome ::
you can't judge a book by its cover {proverb} (it is not possible to judge things by external appearances alone) :: ne sudi knjizi po koricama
young {adj} (in the early part of life or growth) :: мла̑д; mlȃd
young {adj} (as if young) :: мла̑д; mlȃd
young {adj} (belonging in the early part of life) :: мла̑д; mlȃd
young {adj} (having little experience) :: мла̑д, не̏искусан; mlȃd, nȅiskusan
younger {adj} (in an earlier period of life) :: млађи; mlađi
young man {n} (youth) SEE: youth ::
young pioneer {n} (child member of a Communist party) :: пио̀нӣр {m}; piònīr {m}
your {determiner} (belonging to you (singular; one owner)) :: твој, ваш [formal]; tvoj, vaš [formal]
your {determiner} (belonging to you (plural; more owners)) :: ваш, vaš
you're right {phrase} (you're right) :: [formal, to a higher position, also plural] u pravu ste, [informal] u pravu si
you're welcome {phrase} (reply to thanks) :: нема на чему, молим; nema na čemu, molim
Your Majesty {pron} (Title of respect) :: Vaše Veličanstvo, Vaše Visočanstvo, Vaša Visosti
yours {pron} :: твој, tvoj, ваш, vaš [formal]
yourselves {pron} (you (referring to the people being spoken to, previously mentioned)) :: sebe
youth {n} (quality or state of being young) :: мла̏до̄ст {f}; mlȁdōst {f}
youth {n} (part of life following childhood) :: мла̏до̄ст {f}; mlȁdōst {f}
youth {n} (young man) :: мо̀мак {m}; mòmak {m}
youth {n} (young persons, collectively) :: о̀младина {f}, мла̏деж {f}; òmladina {f}, mlȁdež {f}
yo-yo {n} (toy) :: јо-јо {m}; jo-jo {m}
ytterbium {n} (chemical element) :: итербиjум, итербиj {m}; iterbij, iterbijum {m}
yttrium {n} (chemical element) :: итриjум, итриj; itrijum, itrij
yuan {n} (basic unit of money in China) :: јуан {m}; juan {m}
Yucatán {prop} (a penisula in southeast Mexico) :: Јукатан; Jukatan, Yucatan
Yucatán {prop} (a state in Mexico) :: Јукатан; Jukatan, Yucatán
yuck {interj} (uttered to indicate disgust) :: фуј /fuj/, бљак /bljak/; fuj, bljak
Yugoslav {adj} (Yugoslavian) SEE: Yugoslavian ::
Yugoslav {n} (Yugoslavian) SEE: Yugoslavian ::
Yugoslavia {prop} (former country in the Balkans) :: Југо̀сла̄вија {f}, Југосла̏вија {f}; Jugòslāvija {f}, Jugoslȁvija {f}
Yugoslavian {adj} (of or relating to Yugoslavia) :: југословенски, југославенски; jugoslovenski, jugoslavenski
Yugosphere {prop} (the area of the former Yugoslavia) :: Југосфера {f}; Jugosfera {f}
Yule log {n} (log burned on Christmas Eve) :: ба̏дња̄к {m}; bȁdnjāk {m}
yummy {adj} (delicious) :: њами; njami
yup {interj} ((informal) yes) :: aha
yurt {n} (large, round tent with vertical walls and conical roof) :: јурт {m}, ју̑рта {f}; jurt {m}, jȗrta {f}
yus {n} (name of the old Cyrillic letter) :: јус {m}; jus {m}
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk {prop} (city in Russia) :: Јужно-Сахалинск {m}, Južno-Sahalinsk {m}