from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Eager; brisk; quick; active.
- intransitive v. See 3d yearn.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A simplified spelling of yearn.
- An old spelling of yearn.
- Brisk; lively; sprightly; eager.
- To run; pass swiftly.
- An old form of iron.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Gim sliced a haunch off a roasted yern with a knife shaped like a miniature sword, and then the other guests began to help themselves and chatter.
"We believe this industry will benefit South Africa more as Swedes, who live in the biting cold for a greater period of the year, yern for the warmth in your country."
So is it that we are truly wanting to go back to analog (ie-film) or is it that we yern for the days of imperfect photos?
It is for sure in the event somebody is on the move it is expected also yern to see scenery in the interesting places.
It is safe to say that if you are on the move you can see that you also yern to see scenes in the hot spots.
There is no doubt in the event someone is on the move it is expected also yern to see individuals in the hot spots.
Everyone knows that in the event someone is on the move it is expected also yern to see scenes in the interesting places.
There is no doubt in the event an individual is on the move you can see that you also yern to see things in the nice landmarks.
There is no doubt in the event an individual is location hopping it is normal to also yern to see scenes in the areas.
We don't know where it comes from, but it definately makes her slower songs yern.