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Yong may refer to:

  • Yong , Chinese character for "permanence", unique in that the character contains eight strokes common to Chinese characters; see Eight Principles of Yong
  • Yong , Chinese character for "use" or "function"; in Neo-Confucianism, often associated with Ti ("substance" or "body")
  • Yong or Yongcheng, capital of Qin (state), located in modern Fengxiang County, founded in 677 BCE and moved to Yueyang (櫟陽) in 383 BCE
  • Yong, a variant of Yang (surname) (楊/杨)
  • Yong (Korean name)
  • Korean dragon (yong)
  • Yong River in China, Zhejiang Province
  • Yong River in China, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region
  • Yong, a community in Tamale Metropolitan District in the Northern Region of Ghana
Yong (Korean name)

Yong is a Korean family name, as well as a character in some Korean given names. As a family name, it may also be spelled Ryong.

Usage examples of "yong".

Then was I so intangled with unhappy fortune that I little esteemed mine own danger, and went willingly to eat of these roses, though I knew them to be present poyson : and as I drew neere I saw a yong man that seemed to be the gardener, come upon mee, and when he perceived that I had devoured all his hearbes in the garden, he came swearing with a great staffe n his hand, and laid upon me in such sort, that I was well nigh dead, but I speedily devised some remedy my self, for I lift up my legs and kicked him with my hinder heels, that I left him lying at the hill foot wel nigh slain, and so I ran away.

And therewith kest I doun my eye ageyne, Quhare as I sawe, walking under the tour, Full secretly new cummyn hir to pleyne, The fairest or the freschest yong floure That ever I sawe, me thoght, before that houre.

When I saw that I was so cruelly handled, she gave me occasion to learne her conversation and life, for I saw oftentimes a yong man which would privily goe into her chamber whose face I did greatly desire to see, but I could not by reason mine eyes were covered every day.

I was yong, and went to schoole, divers of my school-fellows and likewise myself, did eat our fils of the berries of this tree, and have not only slept under the shadow thereof, but among the branches also, without any hurt at all, and that not one time, but many times.

For as soone as she espieth any comely yong man, shee is forthwith stricken with his love, and presently setteth her whole minde and affection on him.

And whan it fil that he myghte hire espye, He noght with wantowne lookyng of folye Hise eyen caste on hir, but in sad wyse, Upon hir chiere he wolde hym ofte avyse, Commendynge in his herte hir wommanhede And eek hir vertu, passynge any wight Of so yong age, as wel in chiere as dede.

As help me God, I was a lusty oon, And faire, and riche, and yong, and wel bigon, And trewely, as myne housbondes tolde me, I hadde the beste quonyam myghte be.

Goode men and wommen, o thyng warne I yow, If any wight be in this chirche now, That hath doon synne horrible, that he Dar nat for shame of it yshryven be, Or any womman, be she yong or old, That hath ymaad hir housbonde cokewold, Swich folk shal have no power ne no grace To offren to my relikes in this place.

There were pictures of a woman's hand over a big, flat pan, and instructions that described the making of poached eggs, shirred eggs, fried eggs, scrambled eggs, souffles, egg foo yong, and dozens of varieties of omelets.

But this time neither the drinks nor Janice's tasty egg loo yong and pepper steak could lift the pall of the letter.