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wrong not true, or correct. [8 definitions]
wrote past tense of write.
wrought iron a soft iron, used in making garden furniture, candle holders, and other strong objects with fancy shapes and details.
wrung past tense and past participle of wring.
wt. an abbreviation for weight.
WV an abbreviation for West Virginia.
WY an abbreviation for Wyoming.
Wyoming a state in the northwestern United States. Its capital is Cheyenne. (abbreviated: WY)
x2 the twenty-fourth letter of the English alphabet. [4 definitions]
xenophobia a fear or hatred of foreign people or things.
Xhosa a member of one of the Bantu peoples living in South Africa. [2 definitions]
Xmas short for Christmas.
x-ray a beam of high-energy radiation that is able to pass through many kinds of solid material. [3 definitions]
xylophone a percussion instrument composed of a series of metal or wooden bars. It is played by hitting the bars with small wooden mallets.
-y1 a suffix that means "full of" or "made of." [4 definitions]
y the twenty-fifth letter of the English alphabet. [2 definitions]
yacht a small ship used for private trips or racing.
yak1 a large, heavy mammal with long hair. Yaks are closely related to cattle. They live in Tibet and Central Asia. People raise yaks to carry loads and for their milk, fur, and leather. Very few yaks are left in the wild.
yam the root of a tropical climbing plant, or the plant itself. The root is eaten as a cooked vegetable. [2 definitions]
Yangtze River an older name for the Chang Jiang River, a major river that flows across central China.
yank (informal) to pull or take out suddenly; jerk. [2 definitions]