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v. t.
To make yellow; to cause to have a yellow tinge or color; to dye yellow.
v. i.
To become yellow or yellower.
n.
See Yellow-hammer.
n.
The American scoter.
n.
The American goldfinch, or thistle bird. See Goldfinch.
n.
The common yellow warbler; -- called also summer yellowbird. See Illust. of Yellow warbler, under Yellow, a.
a.
Covered or bound in yellow paper.
a.
Having yellow eyes.
n.
A large squeteague.
n.
A rock trout (Pleurogrammus monopterygius) found on the coast of Alaska; -- called also striped fish, and Atka mackerel.
n.
A certain plant, probably the yellow oxeye.
n.
A common European finch (Emberiza citrinella). The color of the male is bright yellow on the breast, neck, and sides of the head, with the back yellow and brown, and the top of the head and the tail quills blackish. Called also yellow bunting, scribbling lark, and writing lark.
n.
The flicker.
n.
The act or process of making yellow.
a.
Somewhat yellow; as, amber is of a yellowish color.
n.
Any one of several species of long-legged sandpipers of the genus Totanus, in which the legs are bright yellow; -- called also stone snipe, tattler, telltale, yellowshanks; and yellowshins. See Tattler, 2.
n.
The quality or state of being yellow; as, the yellowness of an orange.
n.
Jealousy.
n.
Any one of several plants with yellow roots.
n.
See Xanthorhiza.

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