Definitions for wyewaɪ
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
the letter Y, or something having a similar shape.
Origin of wye:
1855–60; a sp. of the letter name
a river flowing from central Wales through SW England into the Severn estuary. 130 mi. (210 km) long.
Category: Geography (places)
the letter Y
a kind of crotch. See Y, n. (a)
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
a lovely winding river in South Wales, which rises near the source of the Severn on Plinlimmon, and falls into its estuary at Chepstow, 125 m. from its head; rapid in its course at first, it becomes gentler as it gathers volume; barges ascend it as far as Hereford, but a high tidal wave makes navigation dangerous at its mouth.
Wye is a historic village in Kent, England, located some 12 miles from Canterbury, and is also the main village in the civil parish of Wye with Hinxhill. The population of the ward was 2,282 in 2011. In March 2013 the village was voted 3rd best place to live in the UK according to the annual survey taken by The Sunday Times.
Translations for wye
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
(of clothes) containing a large amount of material
a full skirt.
- rodadoPortuguese (BR)
- πλούσιος, χυτός (για ένδυμα)Greek
- holgado, amplio; de mucho vuelo; de etiqueta, de galaSpanish
- گشاد و پرچینFarsi
- רָחָב וְגָדוֹלHebrew
- bogat (materijalom)Croatian
- bő (ruha)Hungarian
- efnismikill, rúmur, víðurIcelandic
- 치수가 넉넉한Korean
- laisvas, platusLithuanian
- (par tērpu) kupls; platsLatvian
- گشاد و پرچینPersian
- larg; lungRomanian
- bohatý, nariasený, nazberanýSlovak
- bol, genişTurkish
- 寬鬆的Chinese (Trad.)
- rộng lùng thùngVietnamese
- 宽松的Chinese (Simp.)
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