Line-end hyphens were retained in past participles in i-, y- and equivalent, and after the prefixes out- (owt-) and to-; they were removed before common endings such as -lich (-like, -ly), -s(c)hip, -ness, -full.
The following passage has two examples of what may have been meant for such compensation, the author having used a dash where I have inserted what seems to be a necessary word:-- "Apol -lo smil'd shrewd -ly, and bade him sit down, With 'Well, Mr. Scott, you have man -aged the town; Now pray, copy less-- have a lit -tle temer -~it~y-- And Try if you can't also man -age poster -ity.
"I once owned a y----" Mr. Heatherbloom paused--with an effort resumed his part and a smile somewhat strained: "I once went on a cruise on a gentleman's yacht."
for +y-+; seeHD.
Y. +Y+, at the beginning of words, often represents an older +Gh+, under which letter +Y+-words may in some cases be found.
Y.-- Why then, for aught I know, I may be made a bishop.
Merely waiting to granulate one more clove, Mr. BUMSTEAD settles the rope about his neck anew, squints around under the wet towel in a curiously ghastly manner, and thus addresses the meeting:-- "Ladies and gen'l'men--I've listened to y'r impudence with patience, and on any other 'casion would be happy to see y'all safe home.
These were days when my heart was volcanic As the scoriac rivers that roll-- As the lavas that restlessly roll Their sulphurous currents down Yaanek In the ultimate climes of the pole-- That groan as they roll down Mount Yaanek In the realms of the boreal pole.
"Why, yaas," said the man, "if you mean Junius Keswick."
"Yaas'm," replied Peggy. "
I thought I could trace the point where the River Yabbok comes down from Mizpeh of Gilead to join the Jordan.
Tents in Mongolia (Yabonah); adventures and experiences among the nomads of central Asia.
You take my tip for it, he felt inclined to seize me by the scruff of the neck and kick me from here to Yabtree."
Yacacoliuhqui, is translated by Torquemada, "el que tiene la nariz aquilena."
Footnote 1: The original is-- Quetzal, quetzal, no calli, Zacuan, no callin tapach No callin nic yacahuaz An ya, an ya, an quilmach.
Yacatecutli, is from tecutli, lord, and either yaqui, traveler, or else yacana, to conduct.
This same sign, Ce Coatl, One Serpent, used in their astrology, was that of one of the gods of the merchants, and apparently for this reason, some writers have identified the chief god of traffic, Yacatecutli (God of Journeying), with Quetzalcoatl.
The first thing that his eyes used to see in the chapel of Santa Barbara was a chest nailed to the wall high above him, a sepulcher of painted wood with no other adornment than the inscription: "Aqui yace Dona Constansa Augusta, Emperatriz de Grecia,"--Here lies Constance Augusta, Empress of Greece.
yacer, to lie.
Second, Yaxci (pronounced Yachki; from yax, green, and tri, agave), the second in order; this is used only for fine weaving.
Wrath, rawth, not rath: as an adjective it is spelled wroth, and pronounced with the vowel sound shorter, as wrath-ful, &c. Yacht, yot, not yat.
"Did you hear about the bunch of us going yachting in Gym Bagley's yacht The Hornet the other day?
No doubt he had his houses and yachts and went to Europe when he liked.
They profess to show him how, if he is a grocer, he may become a sporting yachtsman; how, if he is a tenth-rate journalist, he may become a peer; and how, if he is a German Jew, he may become an Anglo-Saxon.
Cockney Yachtsman.--(Example of affectation.)
The ship's husband; a guide to yachtsmen in the care of their craft.
Only one adjective can possibly describe him: he was decidedly "beer-y."
Scalping parties of the Yamasees frequently penetrated into Carolina; killed white men, and carried off every negro they could find.
NOTE 1 And the messengers of the Emperor in travelling from Cambaluc, be the road whichsoever they will, find at every twenty-five miles of the journey a station which they call Yamb,NOTE 2 or, as we should say, the "Horse-Post-House."
He talked of the great Saskatchewan, of Peace River, and the delta of the Mackenzie, of the winter journeys beyond Great Bear Lake into the Land of the Little Sticks, and the half-mythical lake of Yamba Tooh.
of Forsyth's Mission to Yarkund in 1873) runs thus: "Left Kashgar (21st March), Yangi-Hissar, Kaskasu Pass, descent to Chihil Gumbaz (forty Domes), where the road branches off to Yarkand (110 miles), Torut Pass, Tangi-Tar (defile), 'to the foot of a great elevated slope leading to the Chichiklik Pass, plain, and lake (14,700 feet), below the Yambulak and Kok-Moinok Passes, which are used later in the season on the road between Yangi-Hissar and Sirikol, to avoid the Tangi-Tar and Shindi defiles.
Confucian, very strict; keen reader; might be a mandarin, but prefers the country gentleman sort; bally mischief-maker, he's done more people in the eye than all the Yamen hacks and all their false witnesses together!
Cuando el cercano dia comenzo a blanquear las altas copas de los enebros, humeaban aun los calcinados escombros de las desplomadas torres, y a traves de sus anchas brechas, chispeando al herirla la luz y colgada de uno de los negros pilares de la sala del festin, era facil divisar la armadura del temido jefe, cuyo cadaver, cubierto de sangre y polvo, yacia entre los desgarrados tapices y las calientes cenizas, confundido con los de sus obscuros companeros.
Far greater is the chance that had Si-chow fallen many of its household goods would have found their way into the Yamens of Canton.
Herman Vielhaber, melding eighty kings, said it was a good rich-man's country, but also a good poor-man's country, because where could you find one half as good--not in all Europe--and he now laid down forty jacks, which he huskily called "yacks."
The Yamgan Tract also contains mines of iron, lead, alum, salammoniac, sulphur, ochre, and copper.
DAHAK, the three-headed dragon slain by Thraetana-Yacna.--Persian.
One might also include the primeval pair Yama-Yami with their equivalents in Iranian mythology (Carnoy, Iranian Mythology, p. 294 seq.).
Yamile sous les cedres.
Dr. Yardley, however, had but one child, a daughter, whereas Dr. Woolston, with much less of means, had sons and daughters.