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Alternative clues for the word yea
Term of endorsement
One for passage
Indeed, in Psalms
Vote of support
Vote in the Senate
Word of support
Its anagram is a synonym of itself
Roll call call
Biblical word before verily
It helps in passing
Roll call vote
Support for a bill
Response for passage
Vote in a legislative body
A way to vote
Word of approval
One of the first to raise a hand, usually
Vote in favor
Truly, in the Bible
Call of support
"___, though I walk ..."
What a raised hand may mean
___ high (about that tall)
Vote of approval
One on the first side to vote, usually
House call, often
Word before "verily" in the Bible
One voting for
Ja or da
Apt anagram for aye
___ or nay
Anagram for aye
Apt anagram of aye
"___, though I walk through the valley . . . "
Word of accord
Word of affirmation
Word with verily
Word definitions for yea in dictionaries
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Yea \Yea\ (y[=a] or y[=e]; 277), adv. [OE. ye, ya, [yogh]e, [yogh]a, AS. ge['a]; akin to OFries. g[=e], i[=e], OS., D., OHG., G., Dan. & Sw. ja, Icel, j[=a], Goth. ja, jai, and probably to Gr. "h^ truly, verily. [root]188. Cf. Yes .] Yes; ay; a word...
Word definitions in Wiktionary
adv. 1 (context dated English) yes 2 thus, so (now often accompanied by a hand gesture) conj. (context archaic English) or even, or more like, nay. Introduces a stronger and more appropriate expression than the preceding one. interj. 1 (context in some...
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Old English gea (West Saxon), ge (Anglian) "so, yes," from Proto-Germanic *ja- , *jai- , a word of affirmation (cognates: German, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish ja ), from PIE *yam- , from pronomial stem *i- (see yon ). As a noun, "affirmation, affirmative...
Word definitions in WordNet
n. an affirmative; "The yeas have it" [ant: nay ] adv. not only so, but; "I therein do rejoice, yea, and will rejoice" [syn: yeah ]
Word definitions in Wikipedia
Yea , Ye-A , YEA , or yea may refer to: An archaic form of yes , the opposite of nay. Places : Yea, Victoria , a town in Australia Yea River , Victoria, Australia Shire of Yea , Victoria, Australia, a former local government area People : Lacy Walter Giles...
Usage examples of yea.
I have here in my gourd A draught of wine, yea, of a ripe grape, And right anon ye shall see a good jape.
I have been a fiend when I thought myself the grandest of men, yea, a very avenging angel out of heaven.
Nevertheless as the words were out of his mouth his thought went back to the tall man whom he had first met at the churchyard gate of Netherton, and it seemed to him that he wished his thriving, yea, and in a lesser way, he wished the same to Roger of the Rope-walk, whereas he deemed that both of these, each in his own way, had been true to the lady whom he had lost.
When the Journal of either House is put in evidence for the purpose of determining whether the yeas and nays, were ordered, and what the vote was on any particular question, the Journal must be presumed to show the truth, and a statement therein that a quorum was present, though not disclosed by the yeas and nays, is final.
I told you before, how that these Diabolonian doubters turned the men of Mansoul out of their beds, and now I will add, they wounded them, they mauled them, yea, and almost brained many of them.
This amendment, emancipating Slaves employed by their masters to aid Rebellion, was adopted by 33 yeas to 6 nays.
Yea, standest smiling in thy future grave, Serene and brave, With unremitting breath Inhaling life from death, Thine epitaph writ fair in fruitage eloquent, Thyself thy monument.
Store into Departments, of Ironmongery, Corsetry, Modes and others After their Kind, and Created Humans to fill them with All Things saying, Yea, All Things Are Here.
Yea, I would pat the fat little fellow on the head, and, when the humour seized me, would show him my hoard of gold mohurs, even jingle before him a bag of silver rupees, or ask his opinion on the colour and quality of some gem, speaking words of foolishness the while, like a child playing with a toy.
So, with your silences purfling this silence of man While his cry to the dead for some knowledge is under the ban, Under the ban, -- So, ye have wrought me Designs on the night of our knowledge, -- yea, ye have taught me, So, That haply we know somewhat more than we know.
Christ that died, yea, rather, that is risen again and is now at the right hand of God.
So shall that name be syllabled anew In all the tongues of all the tribes of men: I that have been through immemorial Years Dust in the dust of my forgotten time Shall live in accents shaped of blood-warm breath, Yea, rise in mortal semblance, newly born In shining stone, in undecaying bronze, And stand on high, and look serenely down On the new race that calls the earth its own.
Before the Court, Yea, Arthur, before God, with brimming tears, For that my heart is broken that my king Should deal dishonourably with a maid I loved with passing worship, once again I do impeach thee of unknightly shame.
From the oil of the holy Ampulla the King would derive a splendour, a majesty which would impress the whole of France, yea, even the whole of Christendom.
And all the blissful while The schoolboy satchel at your hip Was such a bulse of gems as should amaze Grey-whiskered chapmen drawn From over Caspian: yea, the Chief Jewellers Of Tartary and the bazaars, Seething with traffic, of enormous Ind.