Etymology 1 vb. 1 (context intransitive archaic English) To speak; sing. 2 (context intransitive UK dialectal English) To magnify greatly in narration; exaggerate a tale; fib. 3 (context intransitive UK dialectal English) To contend; wrangle. Etymology 2
n. 1 (context archaic English) A saying. 2 (context UK dialectal English) A falsehood; leasing. Etymology 3
alt. 1 (context UK dialectal English) To burrow underground, as a rabbit or mole; also said of miners. 2 (context UK dialectal English) To be associated with a place or locality. (rfex) n. (context UK dialectal English) A burrow; a hole made by an animal in the ground. vb. 1 (context UK dialectal English) To burrow underground, as a rabbit or mole; also said of miners. 2 (context UK dialectal English) To be associated with a place or locality. (rfex) Etymology 4
n. (label en dated fandom slang) (non-gloss definition: A self-reference to the editor of a periodical; a substitution for the editor's name or signature.)
yEd is a free of charge general-purpose diagramming program with a multi-document interface.
It is a cross-platform application written in Java that runs on Windows, Linux, Mac OS, and other platforms that support the JVM.
yEd can be used to draw many different types of diagrams, including flowcharts, network diagrams, UML diagrams, BPMN diagrams, mind maps, organization charts, and Entity Relationship diagrams. yEd also allows the use of custom vector and raster graphics as diagram elements.
yEd loads and saves diagrams from/to GraphML, an XML-based format. The application can print diagrams including very large diagrams that span multiple pages.
Usage examples of "yed".
Mi- els really didn't mind, since he would usually just as stay home as go out after a hard day at the office, it was all too easy to turn into a couch potato who yed home all the time, warm and secure in the nest, baby hadn't helped that.