Yahoo! It’s time for positive words that begin with Y. Yes, it is exciting. But that is really no reason to yell. Find out yummy, youthful, good words that begin with Y now!
Did you hear the one about the youthful, Yankee yelling in the yard? Well, it’s a bit of a yarn! Instead, jump into positive Y words with five letters or fewer.
expression of enthusiasm, excitement
positive male force opposite yin
characteristic of having speed, agility
legends; implausible story
tale, fable, story
expression of approval
hooray, huzzah, yeah
another form of yes
yes, okay, sure
long for something or someone intensely
long, pine, crave, desire
sharp cry of surprise or delight
quick or active
eager, brisk, quick
sure, okay, yeah
provide or produce
produce, provide, give
short cry of delight or excitement
yap, growl, bay
informal greeting to someone attractive
hey, how you doing
loud joke or laugh
distinctive type of singing
trill, warble, shout
system of movement including breathing, meditation and poses
crosspiece that fastens oxen or plow animals
harness, collar, coupling
having lived for a short time
youthful, inexperienced, budding
belonging to you
period before adulthood
expression indicating something is delicious
num, mmm, good
having appetizing flavor
scrumptious, appetizing, luscious
It might not be the yin to your yang, but Y words sure are fun. Just so the fun doesn’t end, you can explore some of the yummiest six or more letter Y words now.
original Hebrew name for God
God, Allah, Father
happening year around
exuberant expression of enthusiasm
yahoo, wahoo, yippee
a bright color between orange and green
gold, golden, lemon
attendant, servant, or assistant
something that you can agree to
expression of happiness or delight
grand champion sumo wrestler
distant, beyond, farther
inclined to act young despite age
a youthful, young person
fledgling, filly, rookie
being or seeming young
spry, vigorous, active
in manner similar to young people
savoriest, most delectable
Yeehaw! That sure was fun. To keep your nice Y words going, see how you can use several nice Y words in a sentence. And don’t worry, “Yo, how you doin?” isn’t included.
- That is by far the yummiest apple pie I have ever eaten.
- The house that you are looking for is over yonder.
- My grandma has always been young-at-heart.
- How well she yodeled was simply amazing.
- How her skin stays so youthful, I’ll never know.
- Yippee! You got the job.
- My grandfather could spin an exciting yarn.
- The trees yielded a good amount of apples.
- I know you’re excited, but you don’t have to yell so loud.
- They say youth is wasted on the young.