Maybe with a large enough undecided that the yeas are a plurality rather than a majority, but still.
First discovered more than 150 yeas ago in the Lake Regions of Africa, it has spread relentlessly around the world.
The House sustained this view by a vote of 153 yeas to 45 nays.
yeas; an' compared with what 'twas, 'tes almost so gude as nu.
It appeared that there were five times as many nays as yeas.
In the Senate the vote stood twenty-three yeas to twenty-one nays.
It yeas cold and chilly, and they forlornly set out in search of some sort of a conveyance.
The Senate refused to concur in the action of the House by 11 yeas, 15 nays.
Upon the motion to admit the State the vote stood: yeas, 79, nays, 93.
The bill was lost by a vote, including pairs, of 12 yeas, 25 nays.
Old English gea (West Saxon), ge (Anglian) "so, yes," from Proto-Germanic *ja-, *jai-, a word of affirmation (cf. German, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish ja), from PIE *yam-, from pronomial stem *i- (see yon).