- From Celtic numerals, with influence from Old English ān or modern Northern English yan or yen. (Wiktionary)
“The Chinese-language papers used the phrase yan shi zheng for the disorder.”
“Note 37: The first character of the word should be pronounced as "yan" or "juan," though in most cases it is pronounced as "shen.”
“Mebu'yan is now chief of a town called Banua Mebu'yan ( "Mebu'yan's town"), where she takes care of all dead babies, and gives them milk from her Breasts.”
“All the spirits stop at Mebu'yan's town, on their way to”
“As the man said, 'weder-weder lang' yan 'UN forensics experts have to identify bodies -- >”
“oman ain't gwine hether an 'yan', rippity-clippity, day in an 'day out, an' half the night, they er on the'r heads.”
“Di totoo' yan 'no, "bungad ni Peachy (real name ni Rufa Mae).”
“R yan Gosling, "The Ides of March": He emerged as a big star this year with this film, "Drive" and "Crazy, Stupid, Love.”
“New year is celebrated in some countries in Asia with a water festival - known as Pi Mai in Laos, Thing yan in Burma and Songkran in Thailand.”
“MySirAylon said ... your welcome my dear ... he he he, nag comment ka na dito hindi ko pa natatapos ang poem ko tobe continued pa yan eh he he he.”
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One around the world, now and then.
Vigesimal counting systems, once used by shepherds in the North of England and southern Scotland, especially in the dales of the Lake District. The Yan Tan Tethera system was also used for counting...
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