Definitions

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  • noun A branch of the Thai language

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Examples

  • Yay is a word (usually accompanied by at least one exclamation point) that I find myself saying and writing rather frequently (some might say too frequently).

    Barbara Hannah Grufferman: The Power of 'Yay': Say Less and Mean More

  • Yay is a word (usually accompanied by at least one exclamation point) that I find myself saying and writing rather frequently (some might say too frequently).

    Barbara Hannah Grufferman: The Power of 'Yay': Say Less and Mean More

  • Yay is a word (usually accompanied by at least one exclamation point) that I find myself saying and writing rather frequently (some might say too frequently).

    Barbara Hannah Grufferman: The Power of 'Yay': Say Less and Mean More

  • Yay, that is great that he discovered them on his own without force feeding.

    » The Kid Loves Books Strocel.com

  • Braff Blaser Duo "Yay" - CD - 2008 Fresh Sound New Talent

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  • Braff Blaser Duo "Yay" - CD - 2008 Fresh Sound New Talent

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  • He is originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, which he insists on referring to as the Yay Area despite being 30, originally from the suburbs and white.

    The Fifth Down

  • He is originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, which he insists on referring to as the Yay Area despite being 30, originally from the suburbs and white.

    The Fifth Down

  • He is originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, which he insists on referring to as the Yay Area despite being 30, originally from the suburbs and white.

    The Fifth Down

  • He is originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, which he insists on referring to as the Yay Area despite being 30, originally from the suburbs and white.

    The Fifth Down

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