From (etyl) , from (etyl) ).
The unit of Japanese currency, equal to 100 sen.
A coin or note worth one yen.
A strong desire, urge, or yearning.
* craving, desire, hankering, urge, yearning
To have a strong desire for.
From early romanizations of Chinese , originally in reference to the sunny side of areas such as mountains and dwellings
(label) A principle in Chinese and related East Asian philosophies associated with bright, hot, masculine, elements of the natural world.
From (etyl) .
The monetary unit of Korea from 1892 to 1902, divided 100 pun.
(rare) To make the cry of the wild goose.
* 1902 , Eleanor Gates, The biography of a prairie girl
* 1957 , Adelbert Ames, Chronicles from the Nineteenth Century: 1874-1899
- Away they went, the colt in the lead and the pinto after, until they reached the bunch of cottonwoods far up the stream where the yanging wild geese had their nests.
- Last night we were awakened by the barking of dogs and yanging of a goose, and investigated to find that the man had neglected to house the geese and the dogs were killing them.
The cry of the wild goose; a honk.
, year= 1867
, author= Gail Hamilton
, url= http://books.google.com/books?id=jPEOAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA185
, publisher= Ticknor and Fields
, location= Boston
, page= 185
, passage= Hangs'' is a false word, — a Northern corruption of the negro dialect ''yang
, — an onomatopœian word, representing the "far heard clang" of the wild goose.