Spanish words starting with Y:

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yand{conj}
yplus{conj} [in arithmetic]
ywell{conj} [informal]
yand{conj} [in names of number]
yThe 26th letter of the Spanish alphabet, called ye or sometimes i griega{letter}
YThe 26th letter of the Spanish alphabet{letter}
yaalready{adv}
yaanymore; no longer{adv}
yayes{adv} [before
yasince, now{adv} [before
yaemphatical{adv}
yaimmediately{adv}
yaonly{adv} [in negatives]
yain the near future; soon{adv}
yanow{adv}
yafirst (something) then (something else); first (something), now (something else){conj}
yawhether (something) or (something else){conj}
yaacabóA bird of South America{m}
yacasoursop tree{f}
yacarécaiman{m} [Central America]
yacerto lie; to recline{v}
yacimientodeposit; bed{m}
yacimientosite{m}
YagüeA neighbourhood in Logroño, Spain{prop}
YagüeSpanish surname{prop}
YagüeThe letter Y in the Spanish phonetic alphabet{prop}
Yagomale given name{prop}
yaguaretéjaguar{m}
YahvéYahweh (personal name of God){prop}
yakyak (bovine){m}
yamboiamb{m}
yambojambul{m}
yaniqueque(Dominican) deep fried pocket of dough{m}
yanquiYankee{adj}
yanquiYankee (native or inhabitant of the USA){mf}
yapaSomething that is added, especially something that a merchant gives to a buyer to complete the amount requested, or something extra given as a bonus; a gratuity, lagniappe{f}
yaparto add a bit extra to a customer's order for free or in order to complete the ordered amount{v}
ya queas, due to, since{conj}
ya que estamoswhile we are at it, for that matter{adv} [idiomatic]
yardayard{f}
yardajeyardage{m}
yateyacht{m}
ya te digoyou betcha; damn right; too right (used to express agreement){phrase}
yautíayautia, Xanthosoma{f}
yayagranny, gran{f}
yayograndpa, pops{m}
YCYucatan (Mexican state){abbr}
y comercialampersand{f}
yeName of the letter y{f}
yedraivy{f}
yeguaa contemptible fat woman{f}
yeguaheifer{f}
yeguamare{f}
yeguaThe letter Y in the Spanish phonetic alphabet{f}
yelmohelmet{m}
yemabud; shoot{f} [botany]
yemayolk (of an egg){f}
yema del dedofingertip{f}
yemeníYemeni{adj}
yemeníYemeni{mf}
YemenYemen{prop}
yemenitaYemenite; Yemeni{adj}
yemenitaYemenite; Yemeni{mf}
yenyen{m}
-yendo-ing{suffix}
yerbaalternative form of hierba{f}
yerbayerba (Ilex paraguaiensis){f}
yerba buenaalternative form of hierba buena, mint{f}
yerba mansayerba mansa{f}
yerba matematé{f}
yermobarren; deserted{adj}
yermowasteland{m}
yernoson-in-law{m}
yerroerror, blunder{m}
yertostiff; rigid{adj}
yescatinder{f}
Yeseniafemale given name used since 1970{prop}
yeísmothe practice of pronouncing the Spanish letter elle ("ll") similar to the letter ye ("y"){m}
yesogypsum{m}
yesoplaster{m}
yesoplaster cast{m}
yeyunojejunum{m}
YibutiDjibouti (Republic of Djibouti){prop}
yibutianoDjiboutian{adj}
yibutianoDjiboutian{m}
yiffearto yiff{v}
yihadjihad{f}
yihadismojihadism{m}
yiraharlot; prostitute{f} [colloquial, Latin American Spanish, pejorative]
yámbicoiambic{adj}
y/o(conjuction) and/or{abbr}
yoIn psychoanalysis, Freud's concept of the ego{m}
yoFirst-person singular pronoun in the nominative case. I{pron}
yoctogramoyoctogram{m}
yodadoiodized{adj}
yodoiodine{m}
yodopsinaphotopsin, iodopsin{f} [protein]
yodurarto iodize{v}
yoduroiodide, I-{m}
yogayoga{m}
yoguiyogi; yoga practitioner{m}
yoguryogurt{m}
yogurínjack the lad{m} [colloquial]
yoguríntoy boy{m} [colloquial]
yolayawl; small boat with oars and sail{f}
Yolandafemale given name{prop}
Yom KipurYom Kippur{propm}
yo necesito un lápizI need a pencil{phrase}
yongberiyoungberry{f}
yo no hablo españolI don't speak Spanish{phrase}
yo no hablo inglésI don't speak English{phrase}
yo no hablo turcoI don't speak Turkish{phrase}
yo no hablo ucranianoI don't speak Ukrainian{phrase}
yonquiA drug user{mf} [colloquial]
yorubaYoruba (people){mf}
yorubaYoruba (language){m}
yo sabréit is my life{interj}
yo soy británicaI am English{phrase}
yo soy británicoI am English{phrase}
yo tambiénme too{phrase}
yottametroyottametre{m}
yoyóyo-yo{m}
yoyoyo-yo{m}
y para de contarand that's all, and that's it{phrase} [idiomatic]
yuanyuan{m}
yucacassava{f}
yucayucca plant{f}
yucalpiece of land cultivating yucca{m}
yucatecoof the Yucatán{adj}
yucatecoa person from the Yucatán{m}
YucatánYucatán (peninsula or state){prop}
yudojudo{m}
yudocajudoka{mf}
yueThe Sinitic language which includes Cantonese{m}
yugoyoke{m}
YugoslaviaYugoslavia{prop}
yugoslavoYugoslavian{adj}
yugoslavoYugoslavian{m}
yugularjugular{adj}
yugularjugular{f} [anatomy]
yugularto cut off{v}
yugularto cut someone's throat{v}
yungastropical valleys{fp}
y un huevono way, no way José{interj} [idiomatic, colloquial]
yunqueanvil{m}
yuntaa pair or yoke of oxen{f}
yuntacuff link, cufflink{f}
yurtayurt (large, round tent with vertical walls and conical roof){f}
yusodown{adv} [obsolete]
yutejute{m}
yuxtaponerto juxtapose{vt}
yuxtaposiciónjuxtaposition{f}