- yea (adv.)
- Old English gea (West Saxon), ge (Anglian) "so, yes," from Proto-Germanic *ja-, *jai-, a word of affirmation (cognates: German, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish ja), from PIE *yam-, from pronominal stem *i- (see yon). As a noun, "affirmation, affirmative vote," from early 13c.
- 1. The House of Commons can merely say yea or nay to the executive judgment.
- 2. " Yea, his honourable worship is within.
- “ 是的, 大人在.
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- 3. Let your yea be yea and your nay be nay.
- 4. Let your yea be yea.
- 5. He is a good , yea, a noble man.
- 他是个好人, 甚至可以说,是一个高尚的人.
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