Definition for yang (2 of 2)
yin and yang
noun (used with a singular or plural verb)
Origin of yin and yang
Examples from the Web for yang
As reparation, the court ordered $563 to be paid out to Yang and required the clinic to post an apology on its website.
The WHO has agreed to meet with Yang and a number of Chinese NGOs to discuss a broader ruling on the practice.
At that point, I knew I had found the yang to my unfolding story.
You just have to find that yin of decency and locate the gestures and words that smother the yang of fear.
An email sent to Yang, whose public record lists her as “president” of the church, was not returned.
The statement in Mr. Yang's jejune essay that the Chinese give pure silver in exchange for foreign dollars containing 10 per cent.Intimate China|Mrs. Archibald Little
The fairy said: “Yang Gui Fe has become a blessed spirit and dwells in the great south palace!”
The emperor longed so greatly for Yang Gui Fe that he ceased to eat, and could no longer sleep.
He tried to help Yang with breakfast, but was told by that dignitary to "giv' us a rest," and so humbly retired.Fishing With The Fly|Charles F. Orvis and Others
With them even numbers were connected with earthly things, partaking of the feminine principle of Yang.
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Yin and Yang
Word Origin for Yin and Yang
Word Origin and History for yang
1670s, from Mandarin yang "male, daylight, solar."
Culture definitions for yang
yin and yang
Two forces in the universe, according to a Chinese theory: yin is the passive, negative force, and yang the active, positive force. According to this theory, wise people will detect these forces in the seasons, in their food, and so on, and will regulate their lives accordingly.