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Can someone please help me find a spanish word to describe a person and it has to start with the letter Y and it can be ONLY one word. gracias.

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yanqui
el tipo es yanqui
persona de lso estados unidos, especialmente de la parte norte y oriente

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Hmmm. This sounds like a question my wife would ask me when doing a crossword puzzle. Of course, she would restrict my answer by specifying the number of letters. Since you have not put any such restriction on me, here are a few:
yanacón - tenant farmer, sharecropper
yegua - stupid, rough
yerbatero - herbalist
yerno(a) - son-in-law (daughter-in-law)
yesero - plasterer (Is yeserdero someone who is plastered? No sé.)
yo- I
yonqui - junkie
yucateco - inhabitant of Yucatan
yuntero - ploughman

Speaking of yunteros, thank you for giving me the opportunity to plough through my dictionary for these words.

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you must have a great diccionary because, I only found yankee in my diccionary

Jerry said:

Hmmm. This sounds like a question my wife would ask me when doing a crossword puzzle. Of course, she would restrict my answer by specifying the number of letters. Since you have not put any such restriction on me, here are a few:yanacón - tenant farmer, sharecropperyegua - stupid, roughyerbatero - herbalistyerno(a) - son-in-law (daughter-in-law)yesero - plasterer (Is yeserdero someone who is plastered? No sé.)yo- Iyonqui - junkieyucateco - inhabitant of Yucatanyuntero - ploughmanSpeaking of yunteros, thank you for giving me the opportunity to plough through my dictionary for these words.

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oops, you asked for adjectives. i gave you nouns. despite many years in the news media, i still can't tell adjectives from nouns. And I wouldn't recognize a prepositional phase if it bit me.

Gus said:

you must have a great diccionary because, I only found yankee in my diccionary

Jerry said:

Hmmm. This sounds like a question my wife would ask me when doing a crossword puzzle. Of course, she would restrict my answer by specifying the number of letters. Since you have not put any such restriction on me, here are a few:yanacón - tenant farmer, sharecropperyegua - stupid, roughyerbatero - herbalistyerno(a) - son-in-law (daughter-in-law)yesero - plasterer (Is yeserdero someone who is plastered? No sé.)yo- Iyonqui - junkieyucateco - inhabitant of Yucatanyuntero - ploughmanSpeaking of yunteros, thank you for giving me the opportunity to plough through my dictionary for these words.

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I got it, I got it....And the word is Yerno

Jerry said:

oops, you asked for adjectives. i gave you nouns. despite many years in the news media, i still can't tell adjectives from nouns. And I wouldn't recognize a prepositional phase if it bit me.

Gus said:

you must have a great diccionary because, I only found yankee in my diccionary

Jerry said:

Hmmm. This sounds like a question my wife would ask me when doing a crossword puzzle. Of course, she would restrict my answer by specifying the number of letters. Since you have not put any such restriction on me, here are a few:yanacón - tenant farmer, sharecropperyegua - stupid, roughyerbatero - herbalistyerno(a) - son-in-law (daughter-in-law)yesero - plasterer (Is yeserdero someone who is plastered? No sé.)yo- Iyonqui - junkieyucateco - inhabitant of Yucatanyuntero - ploughmanSpeaking of yunteros, thank you for giving me the opportunity to plough through my dictionary for these words.

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Gus said:

I got it, I got it....And the word is Yerno

Yerno is a noun, Gus, not an adjective.

All these adjectives start with Y:

yacente, yaciente, yacuibeño, yacumeño, yaguané, yámana, yámbico, yanacona, yangüés, yanomami, yanqui, yaqui, yaracuyano, yaro, yaruro, yauyino, yeclano, yeguar, yeguarizo, yeguato, yegüerizo, yeísta, yemení, yente, yerbatero, yerboso, yermo, yerto, yesero, yesero, yesoso, yeyé, yibutiano, yodado, yóguico, yoquepierdista, yoreño, yotaleño, yucateco, yucpa, yuglandáceo, yugoeslavo, yugoslavo, yumbo, yumeco, yunga, yungaíno, yungueño, yunguyino, yunto, yunto, yusano, yusero, yusivo, yuxtalineal, yuxtapuesto, yuyero.

Yeísta describes a person who pronounces the Y in a particular way. Many of the other words describe the name of a person from a tribe or a region.

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gah idk im confused

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