suomi-englanti sanakirja

yellow englannista suomeksi

  1. keltainen

  2. kellastunut

  3. keltatautinen

  4. pelkurimainen

  5. sensaationhakuinen

  6. kellastua

  1. keltainen

  2. pelkuri

  3. Substantiivi

  4. keltainen, kelta in compounds

  5. Verbi

  6. kellertyä, kellastua

  7. kellertää, kellastuttaa

yellow englanniksi

  1. Having yellow as its color.

  2. (RQ:Milton Paradise Lost)

  3. (RQ:Keble Christian Year)

  4. 1911, (w), "The green eye of the little yellow god,"

  5. There's a one-eyed yellow idol / To the north of Kathmandu; / There's a little marble cross below the town; / And a brokenhearted woman / Tends the grave of 'Mad' Carew, / While the yellow god for ever gazes down.
  6. 1962 (quoting c. 1398 text), (w) & Sherman M. Kuhn, editors, ''(w)'', Ann Arbor, Mich.: (w), ISBN 978-0-472-01044-8, page 1242:

  7. dorrẹ̅, dōrī adj. & n. (..) Golden or reddish-yellow (..) (a. 1398) *Trev. Barth. 59b/a: ȝelouȝ colour urine (..) tokeneþ febleness of hete (..) dorrey & citrine & liȝt red tokeneþ mene.


  8. Lacking courage.

  9. (RQ:Salinger Catcher)

  10. 1975, (w), ''(w)''

  11. You yellow bastards! Come back here and take what's coming to you!


  12. Characterized by sensationalism, lurid content, and doubtful accuracy.

  13. 2004, Doreen Carvajal, "Photo edict muffles gossipy press," ''International Herald Tribune'', 4 Oct. (retrieved 29 July 2008),

  14. The denizens of the gossipy world of the pink press, purple prose and yellow tabloids are shivering over disputed photographs of Princess Caroline of Monaco.
  15. Of the skin, having the colour traditionally attributed to East Asians, especially Chinese.

  16. (RQ:Haggard She)

  17. Far East Asian (gloss).

  18. 1913, (w), The Insidious Dr. Fu-Manchu

  19. Imagine that awful being, and you have a mental picture of Dr. Fu-Manchu, the yellow peril incarnate in one man.
  20. (quote-book)

  21. Of mixed Aboriginal and Caucasian ancestry.

  22. 1938, Herbert|Xavier Herbert, ''(novel)|Capricornia'', Chapter VI, p. 64,

  23. "Eh, Oscar—you hear about your yeller nephew?".
  24. *1965, (w), ''Wild Cat Falling'', HarperCollins 2001, p. 74:

  25. A big full-blood gin cottoned onto me. “Give us a drink, yeller feller.”
  26. (synonym of)

  27. 1933 September 9, (w), “My Life and Hard Times—VI. A Sequence of Servants”, in ''The New Yorker''

  28. Charley threw her over for a yellow gal named Nancy: he never forgave Vashti for the vanishing from his life of a menace that had come to mean more to him than Vashti herself.
  29. Related to the Democrats|Liberal Democrats.

  30. 2012 March 2, Andrew Grice, " Yellow rebels take on Clegg over NHS 'betrayal'", ''The Independent''

  31. (ux)

  32. Related to the (w); a political party in Germany.

  33. (colorbox) The colour of gold, cheese, or a lemon; the colour obtained by mixing green and red light, or by subtracting blue from white light.

  34. The intermediate light in a set of three lights, the illumination of which indicates that drivers should stop short of the intersection if it is safe to do so.

  35. One of the colour balls used in snooker, with a value of 2 points.

  36. One of two groups of object balls, or a ball from that group, as used in the principally British version of 2|pool that makes use of unnumbered balls (the (yellow(s) and red(s)); ''contrast stripes and solids in the originally American version with numbered balls'').

  37. A card.

  38. (quote-journal)

  39. Any of various pierid butterflies of the subfamily Coliadinae, especially the yellow coloured species. Compare sulphur.

  40. To become yellow or more yellow.

  41. 1977, (w), ''A Savage War of Peace'', New York Review Books 2006, page 47:

  42. Then suddenly, with the least warning, the sky yellows and the Chergui blows in from the Sahara, stinging the eyes and choking with its sandy, sticky breath.
  43. 2013, Robert Miraldi, ''Seymour Hersh'', Potomac Books, Inc. ((ISBN)), page 187:

  44. Interviews, clippings, yellowing stories from foreign newspapers, notebooks with old scribblings. Salisbury called it the debris of a reporter always too much on the run to sort out the paper, but there it was, an investigator's dream, (..)
  45. To make (something) yellow or more yellow.