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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} (green woodpecker) SEE: green woodpecker  ::
yaffler {n} (green woodpecker) SEE: green woodpecker  ::
Yahweh {prop} (Jehovah) SEE: Jehovah  ::
Yahweh {prop} (personal name of God)  :: Jahwe {m}
Yair {prop} (male given name) SEE: Jair  ::
yak {n} (ox-like mammal)  :: jak {m-an}
Yakut {prop} (language)  :: język jakucki {m}
Yakutia {prop} (Sakha) SEE: Sakha  ::
Yakutsk {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Jakuck {m}
y'all {pron} (plural of you)  :: panie, państwo
Yalta {prop} (city in Crimea)  :: Jałta {f}
yam {n} (any Dioscorea vine)  :: pochrzyn {m}
yam {n} (potato) SEE: potato  ::
yam {n} (sweet potato) SEE: sweet potato  ::
Yamal {prop} (a large peninsula in the Russian North)  :: Jamał {m}
Yandex {prop} (Yandex (in other scripts, the trademark may also be written in Roman letters))  :: Yandex {m}
Yangon {prop} (largest city in Myanmar)  :: Rangun {m}
Yangtze {prop} (river)  :: Jangcy
Yangtze dolphin {n} (baiji) SEE: baiji  ::
Yangtze River dolphin {n} (baiji) SEE: baiji  ::
Yankee {n} (native or inhabitant of the USA)  :: jankes {m}
Yanukovych {prop} (Ukrainian surname)  :: Janukowicz
Yaoundé {prop} (capital of Cameroon)  :: Jaunde
Yap {prop} (an atoll in the Caroline Islands of western Micronesia)  :: Yap
yard {n} (land around a house)  :: podwórze {n}, podwórko {n}
yard {n} (nautical: tapered timber from which square sails hang)  :: reja {f}
yard {n} (three feet)  :: jard {m}
yarmulke {n} (Skullcap worn by religious Jewish males)  :: jarmułka {f}
yarn {n} (fiber strand for knitting or weaving)  :: przędza {f}, włóczka {f}
yarn {n} (nautical)  :: skrętka {m}
yarn {n} (story)  :: opowieść
Yaroslav {prop} (Slavic name)  :: Jarosław {m}
Yaroslavl {prop} (city)  :: Jarosław
yarrow {n} (any of several pungent Eurasian and North American herbs, of the genus Achillea)  :: krwawnik {m}
yashmak {n} (a veil worn by Muslim women)  :: nikab {m}, kwef {m}, czarczaf {m}, jaszmak {m}
yautia {n} (cocoyam) SEE: cocoyam  ::
yawn {n} (the action of yawning)  :: ziewanie {n}
yawn {v} (open the mouth and take a deep breath)  :: ziewać {impf}, ziewnąć {pf} [semelfactive]
yeah {adv} (yes)  :: tak, no
yeah, right {interj} (sarcasm to express disbelief)  :: tak jasne, ta jasne, no na bank
yeanling {n} (the newly born offspring of a goat or sheep)  :: jagnię {n}, owieczka {f}
year {n} (time it takes for the Earth to complete one revolution of the Sun)  :: rok {m-in}
yearly {n} (something that is published once a year)  :: rocznik {m}
yearning {n} (wistful or melancholy longing)  :: tęsknota {f}
-year-old {suffix} (suffix used to indicate the age of something or someone, in terms of years)  :: -letni
yeasayer {n} (who habitually agrees uncritically)  :: leming {m}, przytakiwacz {m}, klakier {m}
yeast {n} (froth used in medicine, baking and brewing)  :: drożdże {f-p}
yeast {n} (fungus)  :: drożdże {f-p}
yeast infection {n} (candidiasis) SEE: candidiasis  ::
yegg {n} (a person who breaks open safes; a burglar)  :: kasiarz {m-pr}
Yehuda {prop} (male given name) SEE: Judah  ::
Yehudit {prop} (female given name) SEE: Judith  ::
Yekaterinburg {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Jekaterynburg {m}
Yekaterinburg {prop} (Sverdlovsk) SEE: Sverdlovsk  ::
yellow {adj} (having yellow as its colour)  :: żółty
yellow {adj} (lacking courage)  :: tchórzliwy
yellow {n} (colour)  :: żółć {f}, żółty
yellow {v} (to become yellow or more yellow)  :: żółknąć
yellow {v} (to cause to become yellow or more yellow)  :: żółcić
yellow-billed loon {n} (Gavia adamsii)  :: nur białodzioby
yellow card {n} (card in sports)  :: żółta kartka {f}
yellow fever {n} (illness)  :: żółta febra {f}
yellow hammer {n} (curve ball) SEE: curve ball  ::
yellowhammer {n} (a passerine bird, Emberiza citrinella)  :: trznadel {m}
yellowish {adj} (somewhat yellow)  :: żółtawy
yellow pages {n} (telephone directory that lists commercial organisations)  :: żółte strony {f-p}
Yellow Sea {prop} (Asian sea)  :: Morze Żółte {n}
yelp {n} (an abrupt, high-pitched noise or utterance)  :: pisk {m}
yelp {v} (to utter an abrupt, high-pitched noise)  :: piszczeć {m}
Yeltsin {prop} (Russian surname )  :: Jelcyn
Yemen {prop} (Republic of Yemen)  :: Jemen {m-in}
Yemeni {adj} (Of, from, or pertaining to Yemen, or the Yemeni people)  :: jemeński {m}
Yemeni {n} (A person from Yemen or of Yemeni descent)  :: Jemeńczyk {m}, Jemenka {f}
yen {n} (unit of Japanese currency)  :: jen {m}
Yenakiyevo {prop} (Yenakiyeve) SEE: Yenakiyeve  ::
Yenisei {prop} (river in Russia)  :: Jenisej {m}
Yeniseian {adj} (Proto-Yeniseian) SEE: Proto-Yeniseian  ::
yeoman {n} (Yeoman Warder) SEE: Yeoman Warder  ::
yep {n} (informal "yes")  :: no
Yerevan {prop} (the capital and largest city of Armenia)  :: Erywań
yermulke {n} (yarmulke) SEE: yarmulke  ::
yes {interj} (expression of pleasure, joy or great excitement)  :: tak
yes {particle} (word used to indicate agreement or acceptance)  :: tak, [informal] no
yes {particle} (word used to indicate disagreement or dissent in reply to a negative statement)  :: ależ tak, owszem
yeshiva {n} (academy for the advanced study of Jewish texts)  :: jesziwa {f}
yes man {n} (a person who always agrees with his employer or superior)  :: potakiwacz {m}
yesterday {adv} (on the day before today)  :: wczoraj
yesterday {n} (day before today)  :: wczoraj {n}
yesterday night {n} (last night) SEE: last night  ::
yet {adv} (continuously up to this point in time)  :: jeszcze
yet {adv} (even) SEE: even  ::
yet {adv} (thus far)  :: jeszcze
yet {conj} (nevertheless; however)  :: jak, jakże, jakżem, jednak
yeti {n} (unidentified animal)  :: yeti {n}
yew {adj} (made from the wood of the yew tree)  :: cisowy
yew {n} (Taxus baccata)  :: cis {m}
yew {n} (tree or shrub of the genus Taxus)  :: cis {m}
yew {n} (wood of the yew)  :: cis {m}
Yiddish {adj} (Hebrew) SEE: Hebrew  ::
Yiddish {adj} (Jewish) SEE: Jewish  ::
Yiddish {adj} (of or pertaining to the Yiddish language)  :: jidysz
Yiddish {n} (Hebrew) SEE: Hebrew  ::
Yiddish {n} (Jewish) SEE: Jewish  ::
Yiddish {n} (language)  :: jidysz
yield {n} (quantity of something produced)  :: produkcja {f}, plon {m}, wydajność
yield {v} (to give way)  :: ustąpić {pf}, ustępować {impf}
yield {v} (to produce as a result)  :: dawać {impf}
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  ::
Yitzchak {prop} (given name) SEE: Isaac  ::
YIVO {initialism} (Acronym of organization)  :: YIVO
yobbo {n} (yob) SEE: yob  ::
yobbo {n} (yob) SEE: yob  ::
yoctometer {n} (yoctometre) SEE: yoctometre  ::
yodel {n} (song)  :: jodłowanie {n}
yodel {v} (to sing in such a way that the voice fluctuates rapidly between the normal chest voice and falsetto)  :: jodłować
yoghurt cheese {n} (labneh) SEE: labneh  ::
yogurt {n} (a milk-based product thickened by a bacterium-aided curdling process)  :: jogurt {m}
yoke {n} (wooden bar)  :: jarzmo
yoke {n} (wooden frame or bar for a person to carry a pair of buckets)  :: koromysło
Yolanda {prop} (female given name)  :: Jolanta {f}
yolk {n} (yellow of egg)  :: żółtko
yoni {n} (female sexual organs, or a symbol of them)  :: joni {f}
Yoruba {prop} (a sub-Saharan language)  :: joruba
Yoshkar-Ola {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Joszkar-Oła {m}
yottaliter {n} (yottalitre) SEE: yottalitre  ::
yottameter {n} (yottametre) SEE: yottametre  ::
you {determiner} (the individual or group spoken/written to)  :: ty {s}, wy {p}
you {determiner} (used before epithets for emphasis)  :: ty {s}, wy {p}
you {pron} (object pronoun: the group being addressed)  :: [familiar] was {c-p}, [polite] Państwa {c-p}
you {pron} (object pronoun: the person being addressed)  :: [familiar] ciebie {c}, [polite] Pan {m-pr}, [polite] Pani {f}
you {pron} (subject pronoun: the group being addressed)  :: wy
you {pron} (subject pronoun: the person being addressed)  :: ty [often omitted], [polite] Pan {m-pr}, [polite] Pani {f}, [polite] Państwo {p}
you are what you eat {proverb} (proverb)  :: jesteś tym, co jesz
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 can't teach an old dog new tricks {proverb} (too old to change)  :: nie przesadza się starych drzew
you don't say {interj} ((idiomatic) really? ; no kidding! ; Is that so?)  :: co ty nie powiesz!
you-know-who {pron} (known and unmentioned person)  :: wiesz kto, wiesz o kim mówię
young {adj} (in the early part of life or growth)  :: młody
young {n} (people who are young)  :: młodzież {f}
younger {adj} (in an earlier period of life)  :: młodszy
Young's modulus {n} (coefficient of elasticity of a solid)  :: moduł Younga {m}
your {contraction} (belonging to you (plural; more owners))  :: wasz, [formal:] państwa
your {contraction} (belonging to you (singular; one owner))  :: twój, [formal, to male:] pana, pański, [formal, to female:] pani
you're welcome {phrase} (reply to thanks)  :: proszę [please/I ask], proszę bardzo [please/I ask very much], nie ma za co [(roughly) there's nothing to thank for]
Your Majesty {pron} (Title of respect)  :: Wasza Wysokość {f}
your mileage may vary {acronym} (this is just my opinion)  :: to tylko moje zdanie
your mom {interj} (a general purpose insult)  :: twoja stara
your mother {interj} (insult)  :: twoja stara {f}
yourself {pron} ((reflexive) your own self)  :: się, siebie
yourself {pron} (you, used emphatically)  :: sam {m-pr}, sama {f}
yours sincerely {adj} (a polite formula to end letters)  :: z poważaniem
your wish is my command {phrase} (what you wish for I will effect as if it were a command)  :: twoje życzenie jest dla mnie rozkazem
you scratch my back and I'll scratch yours {proverb} (if you do me a favor then I will do you a favor)  :: ręka rękę myje, przysługa za przysługę
youth {n} (part of life following childhood)  :: młodość {f}
youth {n} (quality or state of being young)  :: młodość {f}
youth {n} (young man)  :: młodzieniec {m}, chłopak {m}
youth {n} (young person)  :: młody człowiek {m}
youth {n} (young persons, collectively)  :: młodzież {f}
youth crime {n} (juvenile delinquency) SEE: juvenile delinquency  ::
youth hostel {n} (a supervised, inexpensive lodging place, primarily for young people)  :: schronisko młodzieżowe {n}
YouTube {prop} (a video-sharing website)  :: YouTube {m}
you've got to crack a few eggs to make an omelette {proverb} (phrase)  :: nie można mieć ciastka i zjeść ciastko, gdzie drwa rąbią, tam wióry lecą
yowzah {adv} (yessir) SEE: yessir  ::
Ypresian {prop} (subdivision of the Eocene epoch)  :: Ipres
ytterbium {n} (chemical element)  :: iterb {m}
yttrium {n} (chemical element)  :: itr {m}
Yucatán {prop} (a penisula in southeast Mexico)  :: Półwysep Jukatan
Yucatán {prop} (a state in Mexco)  :: Jukatan
yuck {interj} (uttered to indicate disgust)  :: fuj
yuck it up {v} (yuk it up) SEE: yuk it up  ::
Yugoslav {adj} (Yugoslavian) SEE: Yugoslavian  ::
Yugoslav {n} (Yugoslavian) SEE: Yugoslavian  ::
Yugoslavia {prop} (former country in the Balkans)  :: Jugosławia {f}
Yugoslavian {adj} (of or relating to Yugoslavia)  :: jugosłowiański {m}
Yugoslavian {n} (a native of Yugoslavia)  :: Jugosłowianin {m}, Jugosłowianka {f}
yule {n} (Yule) SEE: Yule  ::
yuletide {n} (Camellia sasanqua) SEE: sasanqua  ::
yum {adj} (indication of delight)  :: mniam, mniam-mniam
yummy {adj} (delicious)  :: pyszny {m}
Yup'ik {prop} (a language of the Eskimo-Aleut family)  :: język yupik środkowy {m}
yurt {n} (large, round tent with vertical walls and conical roof)  :: jurta {f}
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Jużnosachalińsk {m}