Yearn means: To be pained or distressed; to grieve; to mourn.
Yearn means: To curdle, as milk.
Yearn means: To be filled with longing desire; to be harassed or rendered uneasy with longing, or feeling the want of a thing; to strain with emotions of affection or tenderness; to long; to be eager.
Yearnful means: Desirous.
Yearningly means: With yearning.
Yearnings means: The maws, or stomachs, of young calves, used as a rennet for curdling milk.
Yearth means: The earth.
Yeast means: The foam, or troth (top yeast), or the sediment (bottom yeast), of beer or other in fermentation, which contains the yeast plant or its spores, and under certain conditions produces fermentation in saccharine or farinaceous substances; a preparation used for raising dough for bread or cakes, and making it light and puffy; barm; ferment.
Yeast means: Spume, or foam, of water.
Yeast means: A form of fungus which grows as indvidual rounded cells, rather than in a mycelium, and reproduces by budding; esp. members of the orders Endomycetales and Moniliales. Some fungi may grow both as a yeast or as a mycelium, depending on the conditions of growth.
Zooecium means: One of the cells or tubes which inclose the feeling zooids of Bryozoa. See Illust. of Sea Moss.
Zooecia means: of Zooecium
Zoodendrium means: The branched, and often treelike, support of the colonies of certain Infusoria.
Zoodendria means: of Zoodendrium
Zoocytium means: The common support, often branched, of certain species of social Infusoria.
Zoocytia means: of Zoocytium
Zoocyst means: A cyst formed by certain Protozoa and unicellular plants which the contents divide into a large number of granules, each of which becomes a germ.
Zoochlorella means: One of the small green granulelike bodies found in the interior of certain stentors, hydras, and other invertebrates.
Zoochemy means: Animal chemistry; zoochemistry.
Zoochemistry means: Animal chemistry; particularly, the description of the chemical compounds entering into the composition of the animal body, in distinction from biochemistry.
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