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- v. Alternative form of yet ("to melt, found").
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as yet.
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I was 22, I was exploring a new city, I was free of the Marines, I hadn't been granted a credit card yete and I had no worries because my parents were allowing me to live with them for a while.
-- 'You will see yete many a worse,' said Mr. Baker, cheerfully.
Hima yete Chyorniyin nuynisk Amenayn Hayots Katoxikos nshanaken eli voch mi bn chi poxvi.
Thus, from _geotan_ is derived _ingot_ (Germ. _einguss_), as well as the following words in Halliwell's _Dictionary: yete_, to cast metals (_Pr.
•istena» sed satit apparent rndera yete - jotmodi, luculentum KPO, praeferre. ris matricis extrusae. '