Yellow and green unite to form green-yellow (Gy), popularly called grass green.
It is an aphorism among them, that "where a Gy loves it is her pleasure to obey."
The An tacitly allows the pre-eminence of the Gy in all except his own special pursuit.
To contradict a Gy in her love affairs is to confirm her purpose.
Oenon in Ouides epistles ioyneth to Gy- ther qualitie and naturall impulsion / say- enge.
The Gy seated herself on one of the divans, and I placed myself at her side.
"I bless thee for those words, and I shall remember them when thou art gone," answered the Gy, tenderly.
The Gy gently raised my face with her right hand, and looked into it tenderly.
Nephralgia, ne-fral′ji-a, n. pain or disease of the kidneys—also Nephral′Gy.
Crag′ged, Crag′Gy, full of crags or broken rocks: rough: rugged.