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y' {pron} (informal second-person pronoun)  :: t'
-y {suffix}  :: -eux {m}, -euse {f}
-y {suffix} (forming abstract nouns)  ::
-y {suffix} (forming diminutive nouns)  :: -et, -ette, -ine
yacht {n} /jɒt/ (slick and light ship)  :: yacht {m}
yacht {n}  :: yacht {m}
yachter {n} /ˈjɒtər/ (one who sails in yachts)  :: yachtman {m}
yachtsman {n} (man who sails a yacht)  :: yachtsman {m}, yachtman {m}
yachtswoman {n} (woman who sails a yacht)  :: yachtswoman {f}, yachtwoman {f}
yadda {interj} (yada yada yada) SEE: yada yada yada  ::
Yael {prop} (female given name) SEE: Jael  ::
yaffingale {n} (green woodpecker) SEE: green woodpecker  ::
yaffle {n} /ˈjafl̩/ (green woodpecker) SEE: green woodpecker  ::
yaffler {n} (green woodpecker) SEE: green woodpecker  ::
Yahweh {prop} (Jehovah) SEE: Jehovah  ::
Yahweh {prop} /ˈjɑːˌweɪ/ (personal name of God)  :: Yahweh {m}
Yair {prop} /jaʔir/ (male given name) SEE: Jair  ::
yak {n} /jæk/ (ox-like mammal)  :: yack {m}, yak {m}
yak {v} (talk informally, persistently)  :: jacasser
Yakut {prop} (language)  :: yakoute {m}
Yakutia {prop} (Sakha) SEE: Sakha  ::
Yakutsk {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Iakoutsk {m}
y'all {pron} /jɔl/ (plural of you)  :: vous
Yalta {prop} (city in Crimea)  :: Yalta
yam {n} /jæm/ (any Dioscorea vine)  :: igname {f}
yam {n} (potato) SEE: potato  ::
yam {n} (sweet potato) SEE: sweet potato  ::
yana {n} /ˈjɑː.nə/ (any of the three vehicles of Buddhist practice)  :: yâna {m}
Yandex {prop} /ˈjandɛks/ (Yandex (in other scripts, the trademark may also be written in Roman letters))  :: Yandex
Yangon {prop} /jæŋˈɡɑn]/ (largest city in Myanmar)  :: Rangoun {m}, Rangoon {m}
Yangtze {prop} (river)  :: Yangzi Jiang, Yangtsé {m}, fleuve Bleu {m}
Yangtze dolphin {n} (baiji) SEE: baiji  ::
Yangtze River dolphin {n} (baiji) SEE: baiji  ::
yank {n} /jeɪŋk/ (A sudden, vigorous pull)  :: coup sec {m}
yank {v} (to pull something with a quick, strong action)  :: tirer d'un coup sec
Yank {n} /jeɪŋk/ (native of the Northern USA)  :: Yankee {m} {f}
Yank {n} (native of the USA)  :: ricain {m}, ricaine {f}, ricains {m-p}, ricaines {f-p}, amerloque {m} {f}, Yankee {m} {f}
Yanukovych {prop} (Ukrainian surname)  :: Ianoukovytch, Ianoukovitch
Yaoundé {prop} (capital of Cameroon)  :: Yaoundé {m}
yap {v} /jæp/ (of a small dog, to bark in a non-growly manner)  :: japper
Yap {prop} (an atoll in the Caroline Islands of western Micronesia)  :: Yap
yard {n} /jɑːd/ (land around a house)  :: cour {f}, jardin {m}
yard {n} (nautical: tapered timber from which square sails hang)  :: vergue {f}
yard {n} (staff, rod, stick)  :: verge {f}
yard {n} (three feet)  :: yard {m}, [Canada] verge {f}
yardbird {n} /ˈjɑɹd.bɝd/ (person who is imprisoned)  :: détenu, taulard
yardbird {n} (soldier required to do menial work)  :: troufion, homme de corvée
yarmulke {n} /ˈjɑɹməlkə/ (Skullcap worn by religious Jewish males)  :: kippa {f}
yarn {n} /jɑɹn/ (fiber strand for knitting or weaving)  :: fil {m}
yarn {n} (nautical)  :: corde {f}
Yaroslav {prop} (Slavic name)  :: Iaroslav
Yaroslavl {prop} (city)  :: Iaroslavl {m}
yarrow {n} /ˈjæɹoʊ/ (any of several pungent Eurasian and North American herbs, of the genus Achillea)  :: achillée {f}, mille-feuille {f}
yashmak {n} (a veil worn by Muslim women)  :: litham {m}, voile {m}, niqab {m}
yataghan {n} /ˈjætəɡæn/ (type of sword)  :: yatagan {m}
yatzy {n} (dice game)  :: Yahtzee {m}
yautia {n} (cocoyam) SEE: cocoyam  ::
yaw {n} (A vessel's motion rotating about the vertical axis, so the bow yaws from side to side; a characteristic of unsteadiness)  :: lacet {m}
yaw {n} /jɔː/ (The rotation of an aircraft, ship, or missile about its vertical axis so as to cause the longitudinal axis of the aircraft, ship, or missile to deviate from the flight line or heading in its horizontal plane)  :: lacet {m}
yawl {n} /jɔːl/ (sailing vessel)  :: yole {m}
yawn {n} (the action of yawning)  :: bâillement {m}
yawn {v} /jɔn/ (open the mouth and take a deep breath)  :: bâiller
yawn {v} (to present a wide opening)  :: béer
y-axis {n} (axis on a graph that is usually drawn from bottom to top)  :: axe des y {m}, axe des ordonnées {f}
yay {interj} /jeɪ/ (an expression of happiness)  :: hourra, youpi
Y chromosome {n} (mammalian sex chromosome)  :: chromosome Y {m}
yeah {adv} (expressing joy)  :: ouais
yeah {adv} /jɛə̯]/ (yes)  :: ouais
yeah, right {interj} (sarcasm to express disbelief)  :: ouais, c'est ça [yeah, that's it], ouais, t'as raison [yeah, you're right], mon œil
year {n} (a level or grade at school or college)  :: année {f}
year {n} (a period between set dates that mark a year)  :: an {m}, année {f}
year {n} /jɪɹ/ (time it takes for the Earth to complete one revolution of the Sun)  :: année {f}, an {m}
yearbook {n} (reference book, published annually)  :: annuaire {m}
year in, year out {adv} (during every year)  :: bon an mal an
yearly {adj} (happening once every year)  :: annuel {m}
yearly {adv} (once a year)  :: annuellement
yearly {n} (something that is published once a year)  :: annuaire {m}
yearn {v} (to have a strong desire; to long)  :: languir
yearn {v} (to long for something in the past with melancholy)  :: regretter
yearning {n} (wistful or melancholy longing)  :: aspiration {f}, envie {f}
-year-old {suffix} (suffix used to indicate the age of something or someone, in terms of years)  :: âgé de ... ans, de ... ans d'âge
yeast {n} (cake or dried granules used to make bread dough rise)  :: levure {f}
yeast {n} (froth used in medicine, baking and brewing)  :: levure {f}
yeast {n} (frothy foam on sea waves)  :: écume {f}
yeast {n} /jiːst/ (fungus)  :: levure {f}
yeast infection {n} (candidiasis) SEE: candidiasis  ::
Yehuda {prop} (male given name) SEE: Judah  ::
Yehudit {prop} (female given name) SEE: Judith  ::
Yekaterinburg {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Iekaterinbourg {m}, Ekaterinbourg {m}
Yekaterinburg {prop} (Sverdlovsk) SEE: Sverdlovsk  ::
yell {v} /jɛl/ (shout (verb))  :: crier, hurler
yellow {adj} /ˈjɛloʊ/ (having yellow as its colour)  :: jaune
yellow {adj} (lacking courage)  :: froussard, lâche
yellow {n} (colour)  :: jaune {m}
yellow {v} (to become yellow or more yellow)  :: jaunir
yellow bile {n} (one of the four humours)  :: bile jaune {f}
yellow-billed loon {n} (Gavia adamsii)  :: plongeon à bec blanc
yellow card {n} /ˈjɛl.oʊ ˌkɑɹd/ (card in sports)  :: carton jaune {m}
yellow-eyed penguin {n} (Penguin)  :: manchot antipode {m}
yellow fever {n} (illness)  :: fièvre jaune {f}
yellow-green {adj} (colour)  :: vert-jaune
yellow hammer {n} (curve ball) SEE: curve ball  ::
yellowish {adj} /ˈjelɔʊɪʃ/ (somewhat yellow)  :: plutôt jaune {m} {f}, jaunâtre {m} {f} [derogatory]
yellow jersey {n}  :: maillot jaune
yellow light {n} (traffic light between the green light and the red light)  :: feu jaune {m}
yellow pages {n} (telephone directory that lists commercial organisations)  :: pages jaunes {f-p}
yellow peril {n} (perceived threat from East Asia)  :: péril jaune {m}
yellow press {n} (newspapers which publish sensationalist articles)  :: presse à sensation {f}
Yellow Sea {prop} (Asian sea)  :: mer Jaune {f}
yelp {n} (an abrupt, high-pitched noise or utterance)  :: jappement {m}, couinement {m}
yelp {v} (to utter an abrupt, high-pitched noise)  :: japper, couiner
Yeltsin {prop} /ˈjeltsɪn/ (Russian surname )  :: Eltsine
Yemen {prop} /ˈjɛmən/ (Republic of Yemen)  :: Yémen {m}
Yemeni {adj} (Of, from, or pertaining to Yemen, or the Yemeni people)  :: yéménite
Yemeni {n} (A person from Yemen or of Yemeni descent)  :: Yéménite {m} {f}, Yéménais {m} [rare and old], Yéménois {m} [rare and old]
yen {n} /jɛn/ (unit of Japanese currency)  :: yen {m}
Yenakiyevo {prop} (Yenakiyeve) SEE: Yenakiyeve  ::
Yenisei {prop} (river in Russia)  :: Ienisseï {m}
Yeniseian {adj} (Proto-Yeniseian) SEE: Proto-Yeniseian  ::
yeoman {n} /ˈjoʊ.mən/ (small freeholder)  :: franc-tenancier {m}
yeoman {n} (subordinate)  :: valet {m}
yeoman {n} (Yeoman Warder) SEE: Yeoman Warder  ::
yep {n} /jɛp/ (informal "yes")  :: ouais
Yerevan {prop} /ˌjeɹəˈvɑːn/ (the capital and largest city of Armenia)  :: Erevan {m}
yermulke {n} (yarmulke) SEE: yarmulke  ::
yes {interj} (expression of pleasure, joy or great excitement)  :: oui
yes {n} (answer that shows agreement or acceptance)  :: oui {m}, si {m}
yes {n} (vote of support)  :: oui {m}
yes {particle} (word used to indicate agreement or acceptance)  :: oui
yes {particle} (word used to indicate disagreement or dissent in reply to a negative statement)  :: si
yes and no {phrase} (indicating there is no simple "yes" or "no" answer)  :: oui et non
yeshiva {n} /jəˈʃiː.və/ (academy for the advanced study of Jewish texts)  :: yechiva {f}
yes man {n} (a person who always agrees with his employer or superior)  :: béni-oui-oui {m}
yesterday {adv} (on the day before today)  :: hier
yesterday {n} /ˈjɛstɚdeɪ/ (day before today)  :: hier
yesterday night {n} (last night) SEE: last night  ::
yesteryear {n} /ˈjɛstəjɪə/ (times gone by)  :: jadis, antan
yesteryear {n} (last year)  :: année passée, an passé, année dernière, an dernier
yet {adv} (continuously up to this point in time)  :: encore
yet {adv}  :: encore
yet {adv} (even) SEE: even  ::
yet {adv} (in addition)  :: encore
yet {adv} /jɛt/ (thus far)  :: jusqu'à présent, encore
yet {conj} (nevertheless; however)  :: pourtant, mais
yeti {n} /ˈjɛ.ti/ (unidentified animal)  :: yéti {m}, migou {m}
yew {n}  :: if {m}
yew {n} /juː/ (Taxus baccata)  :: if {m}
yew {n} (tree or shrub of the genus Taxus)  :: if {m}
yex {v} (Belch or burp)  :: roter
yex {v} /jɛks/ (Hiccup)  :: hoqueter
Yiddish {adj} (Hebrew) SEE: Hebrew  ::
Yiddish {adj} /ˈjɪd.ɪʃ/ (of or pertaining to the Yiddish language)  :: yiddish
Yiddish {adj} (Jewish) SEE: Jewish  ::
Yiddish {n} (Hebrew) SEE: Hebrew  ::
Yiddish {n} (Jewish) SEE: Jewish  ::
Yiddish {n} (language)  :: yiddish {m}
yield {n} (quantity of something produced)  :: rendement
yield {v} /jiːld/ (to give way)  :: céder, laisser passer
yield {v} (to give as required)  :: se rendre, céder, capituler
yield {v} (to produce as a result)  :: retourner
yield {v} (to produce as return)  :: rapporter, retourner
yield the ghost {v} (give up the ghost) SEE: give up the ghost  ::
yield up the ghost {v} (give up the ghost) SEE: give up the ghost  ::
yiff {v} /jɪf/ (to have sex)  :: baiser
yiffy {adj} (sexually aroused)  :: yiffy
Yi Jing {prop} (Chinese classic text)  :: Yi-King
yin-yang {n} /ˈjɪn ˈjæŋ/ (yin and yang)  :: yin-yang
yippee {interj} /ˌjɪ.ˈpi/ (expression of enjoyment)  :: youpi
Yitzchak {prop} (given name) SEE: Isaac  ::
y'know {contraction} /jəˈnoʊ/ (short for you know)  :: t'vois, t'sais
ylide {n} (type of organic compound)  :: ylure {m}
yob {n} /jɒb/ (antisocial person)  :: voyou {m} asocial {m} , houligan {m}, paumé {m}, pauv'type {m}, loubard {m}, blouson noir {m}, casseur {m}
yobbo {n} /ˈjɒbəʊ/ (yob) SEE: yob  ::
yobbo {n} (yob) SEE: yob  ::
yoctoampere {n} (unit of electrical current)  :: yoctoampère {m}
yoctometer {n} (yoctometre) SEE: yoctometre  ::
yoctometre {n} (SI unit of length)  :: yoctomètre {m}
yodel {n} (song)  :: yodel {m}, jodel {m}, iodel {m}
yodel {v} /ˈjoʊ.dəl/ (to sing in such a way that the voice fluctuates rapidly between the normal chest voice and falsetto)  :: iodler, yodler, jodler
yoga {n} /ˈjoʊɡə/ (a Hindu discipline)  :: yoga {m}
yoghurt cheese {n} (labneh) SEE: labneh  ::
yogi {n} /ˈjoʊɡi/ (yoga practitioner)  :: yogi {m}
yogic {adj} (of or pertaining to yoga)  :: yogique {m} {f}
yogurt {n} /ˈjoʊɡɚt/ (a milk-based product thickened by a bacterium-aided curdling process)  :: yaourt {m}, yoghourt {m}, yogourt {m}
yoke {n} /jəʊk/ (wooden bar)  :: joug {m}
Yolanda {prop} (female given name)  :: Yolande
yolk {n} /joʊk/ (yellow of egg)  :: jaune d’œuf {m}, jaune {m}
Yom Kippur {prop} /ˌjɑm kɪˈpʊɹ/ (Day of Atonement)  :: Yom Kippour {m}
yomp {n} /jɒmp/ (long-distance march)  :: crapahutage, marche forcée
yomp {v} (to make a strenuous long-distance march)  :: crapahuter, avancer à marches forcées
yonder {adv} /ˈjɒndə(ɹ)/ (in a distant, indicated place)  :: là-bas
yonder {determiner} (distant but within sight)  :: là-bas
yoni {n} /ˈjəʊni/ (female sexual organs, or a symbol of them)  :: yoni {m}
yore {n} /jɔɹ/ (time long past)  :: jadis, antan {m}
York {prop} /jɔɹk/ (city in North Yorkshire)  :: York {m}
Yorkshire {prop} /ˈjɔːkʃə/ (former large county)  :: Yorkshire {m}
Yoruba {prop} /ˈjɔːɹəbə/ (a sub-Saharan language)  :: yoruba {m}
Yoshkar-Ola {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Iochkar-Ola {m}
yotta- {prefix} (SI prefix)  :: yotta-
yottaliter {n} (yottalitre) SEE: yottalitre  ::
yottameter {n} (yottametre) SEE: yottametre  ::
you {determiner} (the individual or group spoken/written to)  :: [familiar] tu; [polite] vous
you {determiner} (used before epithets for emphasis)  :: [singular] espèce de, [plural] bande de
you {pron} (object pronoun: the group being addressed)  :: vous
you {pron} (object pronoun: the person being addressed)  :: [familiar] toi, [polite] vous
you {pron} (one)  :: on, se, soi
you {pron} (subject pronoun: the group being addressed)  :: vous
you {pron} (subject pronoun: the person being addressed)  :: [familiar] tu, [polite] vous
you {v} (to address using the more formal second-person pronoun)  :: vousoyer, vouvoyer, voussoyer
you bet {interj} (you bet (certainly))  :: plutôt, oui, y a intérêt, je veux, un peu, rien qu'un peu
you can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar {proverb} (It's easier to persuade others with polite requests and a positive attitude rather than with rude demands and negativity)  :: on n'attrape pas des mouches avec du vinaigre
you can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink {proverb} (you can show someone how to do something, but you can't make them do it)  :: on ne saurait faire boire un âne qui n'a pas soif [You can't force a donkey to drink when he's not thirsty]
you can say that again {phrase} (that is very true)  :: c'est vrai, c'est vraiment
you can't judge a book by its cover {proverb} (it is not possible to judge things by external appearances alone)  :: l’habit ne fait pas le moine
you can't make an omelette without breaking eggs {proverb} (you've got to crack a few eggs to make an omelette) SEE: you've got to crack a few eggs to make an omelette  ::
you don't say {interj} ((idiomatic) really? ; no kidding! ; Is that so?)  :: que ne me dites-vous point?, que ne m'apprends-tu point?, vraiment?, sans blague?, pas possible?, sans déconner?! [colloquial]
you get what you pay for {proverb} (quality of goods increases as the prices increases)  :: en avoir pour son argent
you have beautiful eyes {phrase} (you have beautiful eyes)  :: tu as de beaux yeux
you know {interj} (expression signifying a pause or hesitation)  :: tu vois, tu sais
you know what {phrase} (used to get attention)  :: tu sais quoi, vous savez quoi
you-know-what {pron} (known and unmentioned thing)  :: vous savez quoi, tu sais quoi, que tu sais, que vous savez
you-know-who {pron} (known and unmentioned person)  :: vous savez qui, tu sais qui, qui tu sais, qui vous savez
you never know {phrase} (phrase used to speculate about a slim chance)  :: on ne sait jamais
young {adj} /jʌŋ/ (in the early part of life or growth)  :: jeune {m} {f}
young {n} (offspring)  :: petit {m}
young {n} (people who are young)  :: jeune {m}
young lady {n} (an adolescent or young female)  :: jeune fille {f}
young lady {n} (a term of endearment or address for a girl)  :: jeune fille {f}
young man {n} (an adolescent or young male)  :: jeune homme {m}
young man {n} (a term of endearment or address for a boy)  :: jeune homme {m}
Young's modulus {n} (coefficient of elasticity of a solid)  :: module de Young {m}
youngster {n} /ˈjʌŋstɚ/ (a young person)  :: ado {m} {f}, enfant {m} {f}
your {contraction} (belonging to you (plural; more owners))  :: votre, vos
your {contraction} /joʊɹ/ (belonging to you (singular; one owner))  :: ton {m} ta {f} tes {m-p} {f-p} [informal], votre {m} {f} vos {m-p} {f-p} [formal]
you're never too old to learn {proverb} (proverb)  :: il n'est jamais trop tard pour bien faire
you're right {phrase} (you're right)  :: [formal] vous avez raison, [informal] tu as raison
you're telling me {phrase} (used to indicate agreement before preceding statement)  :: à qui le dis-tu
you're welcome {phrase} (reply to thanks)  :: de rien [it’s nothing], il n'y a pas de quoi, pas de quoi, je vous en prie, avec plaisir
your grace {pron} (you)  :: Votre Grâce {f}
Your Highness {pron} (a title of respect used to address a prince or princess)  :: Votre Grandeur {f}
Your Majesty {pron} (Title of respect)  :: Votre Majesté {f}, sire {m}
your mileage may vary {acronym} (this is just my opinion)  :: des goûts et des couleurs, on ne discute pas, des goûts et des couleurs…
your mom {interj} (a general purpose insult)  :: ta mère
your mother {interj} (insult)  :: ta mère
yours {pron} /jɔːɹz/ (possessive pronoun, singular)  :: le tien {m}, la tienne {f}, les tiens {p}, les tiennes {f-p}
yours {pron}  :: le vôtre {m}, la vôtre {f}
yours {pron} (possessive pronoun, plural)  :: les vôtres {p}, les vôtres {f-p}
yourself {pron} /jɚˈsɛlf/ ((reflexive) your own self)  :: te, vous
yourself {pron}  :: toi-même, vous-même
yourself {pron} (you, used emphatically)  :: toi-même, vous-même
yourselves {pron} (intensifier)  :: vous-mêmes
yourselves {pron} (you (referring to the people being spoken to, previously mentioned))  :: [reflexive] vous
yours faithfully {adj} (a polite formula to end letters)  :: fidèlement votre, sincères salutations
yours sincerely {adj} (a polite formula to end letters)  :: sincères salutations, fidèlement votre
yours truly {pron} ((idiomatic) me or I)  :: votre humble serviteur {m}, votre serviteur {m}
your wish is my command {phrase} (what you wish for I will effect as if it were a command)  :: vos désirs sont des ordres
Your Worship {pron} (title)  :: Votre Révérence {f}
you scratch my back and I'll scratch yours {proverb} (if you do me a favor then I will do you a favor)  :: on ne donne rien pour rien, on n'a rien pour rien, donnant donnant
you shouldn't have {phrase} (used to express gratitude at unnecessary generosity)  :: il ne fallait pas
you snooze you lose {proverb} (If you are not alert and attentive, you will not be successful)  :: qui part à la chasse perd sa place, qui va à la chasse perd sa place
youth {n} /juːθ/ (quality or state of being young)  :: jeunesse {f}
youth {n} (part of life following childhood)  :: jeunesse {f}
youth {n} (young man)  :: jeune {m}, jeune homme {m}
youth {n} (young person)  :: jeune {m} {f}
youth {n} (young persons, collectively)  :: jeunesse {f}, les jeunes {m-p}
youth center {n} (a building operated as a place for young people to meet and take part in recreational activities)  :: centre de jeunesse {m}
youth crime {n} (juvenile delinquency) SEE: juvenile delinquency  ::
youthful {adj} (young or seeming young)  :: juvénile, jeune
youth hostel {n} (a supervised, inexpensive lodging place, primarily for young people)  :: auberge de jeunesse {f}
youth is wasted on the young {phrase} (phrase)  :: si jeunesse savait, si vieillesse pouvait
YouTube {prop} (a video-sharing website)  :: YouTube {m}
you've got to crack a few eggs to make an omelette {proverb} (phrase)  :: on ne fait pas d'omelette sans casser des œufs [one doesn't make an omelette without breaking eggs], on ne saurait faire d'omelette sans casser des œufs
yowzah {adv} /ˈjaʊ.zə/ (yessir) SEE: yessir  ::
yo-yo {n} (toy)  :: yo-yo {m}
Ypresian {prop} (subdivision of the Eocene epoch)  :: Yprésien
ytterbium {n} (chemical element)  :: ytterbium {m}
yttrium {n} /ˈɪ.tri.əm/ (chemical element)  :: yttrium {m}
yttrium iron garnet {n} (synthetic mineral)  :: grenat d'yttrium et de fer {m}
yuan {n} (basic unit of money in China)  :: yuan {m}
Yucatec Maya {prop} (Yucatec Maya language)  :: maya yucatèque {m}
Yucatán {prop} (a penisula in southeast Mexico)  :: Péninsule du Yucatán
Yucatán {prop} (a state in Mexco)  :: Yucatán
yuck {interj} /jʌk/ (uttered to indicate disgust)  :: beurk
yuck it up {v} (yuk it up) SEE: yuk it up  ::
Yugoslav {adj} (Yugoslavian) SEE: Yugoslavian  ::
Yugoslav {n} (Yugoslavian) SEE: Yugoslavian  ::
Yugoslavia {prop} /juːɡəˈslɑːviə/ (former country in the Balkans)  :: Yougoslavie {f}
Yugoslavian {adj} (of or relating to Yugoslavia)  :: yougoslave
Yugoslavian {n} (a native of Yugoslavia)  :: Yougoslave
Yukon Territory {prop} (territory in northern Canada which has Whitehorse as its capital)  :: Yukon {m}
yule {n} (Yule) SEE: Yule  ::
Yule log {n} (log-shaped cake)  :: bûche de Noël {f}
yuletide {n} (Camellia sasanqua) SEE: sasanqua  ::
yum {adj} /jʌm/ (indication of delight)  :: miam
yummy {adj} /ˈjʌm.i/ (delicious)  :: délicieux {m}, délicieuse
yup {particle} ((informal) yes)  :: ouais, ouep
Yup'ik {prop} /ˈjupːɪk/ (a language of the Eskimo-Aleut family)  :: yupik de l'Alaska central {m}
yuppie {n} (young upwardly mobile urban professional person)  :: yuppie {m} {f}
yurt {n} /jɝːt/ (large, round tent with vertical walls and conical roof)  :: yourte {f}
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Ioujno-Sakhalinsk {m}
Yvelines {prop} (département)  :: Yvelines {m}
Yvonne {prop} /iːˈvɒn/ (female given name)  :: Yvonne