Definitions for yoghyoʊx
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
the letter ȝ used in the writing of Middle English to represent a palatal fricative, as in ȝong (Modern English young), or a velar fricative, as in liȝtliche (Modern English lightly).
Origin of yogh:
1250–1300; ME yogh
A letter of the Middle English alphabet (capital , small ), in form derived from the Old English shape of the letter g, and used to represent various palatal and velar sounds.
Origin: Origin uncertain.