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Y Answers Quiz #1

Based on the clues, guess these random things that start with the letter Y.
All answers are a single word
Last updated: September 21, 2018
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Clue
Answer
New York baseball team
Yankees
Yang counterpart
Yin
Unit of Chinese currency
Yuan
Indian stretching discipline
Yoga
Far northwest Canadian territory
Yukon
Arafat's first name
Yasser
Abominable snowman
Yeti
Eastern European Jewish language
Yiddish
First name of John Lennon's wife
Yoko
Ivy League university
Yale
Longest river in China
Yangtze
Oman's neighbor
Yemen
Clue
Answer
Japanese musical instrument company
Yamaha
Once the world's most-visited website
Yahoo!
One-name new age musician
Yanni
Mexican peninsula and asteroid strike location
Yucatán
Small green Jedi master
Yoda
U.S. National park
Yellowstone
U.S. National park #2
Yosemite
Walled city in northern England
York
Country that disintegrated in 1991
Yugoslavia
Semi-permanent dwelling of Central Asia
Yurt
Japanese mafia
Yakuza
_____ Dabba Doo!
Yabba
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level 83
Jul 16, 2013
yakuza, yokozuna, same thing, right?
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level 75
Jan 1, 2014
hahaha.. ;) this quiz was easy breezy lemon squeezy.
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level 75
Jan 27, 2017
Maybe you were confusing it with easy breezy beautiful Cover Girl.
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level 75
May 5, 2018
breezy makes more sense to me
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level 41
Jan 2, 2014
curse you Yanni!!!
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level 45
Jan 2, 2014
I put in "yen" instead of "yuan". Drat!
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level 83
Jan 6, 2014
Yeah, I'd argue for the inclusion of alternate romanizations of the character 元, especially as it's pronunciation varies across dialects (Mandarin is 'yuan,' Cantonese is 'man' (like the "mon" in money)). However, Yen is the Japanese pronunciation for that symbol, but it's a different currency, so accepting that one could be problematic...
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level 78
Feb 19, 2019
The Japanese Yen isn't even the same character. It's 円, not 元.
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level 40
Mar 18, 2014
Hey, I got a baseball question. LOL... ya me!
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level 71
Apr 14, 2014
Stretching discipline? Most certainly not. I might accept breathing discipline, but even that's not right. Yoga is a spiritual practice.
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level 55
Apr 26, 2014
I don't think it's even Indian.
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level 22
Nov 17, 2018
it is though
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level 61
Feb 22, 2019
If some the poses involve laying your hands flat on the ground while your legs remain straight, that's going to involve stretching. To the degree you can't discount the spiritual and meditative aspects of yoga, you can't deny the physical ones as well. It's body and mind.
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level 46
May 19, 2014
Im pretty sure youtube is visited more often than yahoo
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level 65
May 31, 2014
The clue says once not currently. Youtube was never once the most visit web site in the word, but yahoo was.
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level 45
Sep 26, 2014
There is more than one Arafat. :D
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level 22
Jan 23, 2015
There is also a "Yousef Arafat".
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level 59
Nov 12, 2015
I tried this, in every variation of "Yousef" I could spell.
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level 54
Feb 19, 2019
Me too
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level 26
Feb 13, 2015
yabba dabba doo is what Boo Ow the shazamming talent fairy says.
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level 26
Feb 13, 2015
my mother is the tooth fairy, and her name is Yamaha.
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level 65
Nov 11, 2015
Weird... I've never been to Yellowstone, but I thought of that one right away. I've actually been to Yosemite, but it took me like 45 seconds to remember it.
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level 56
Nov 11, 2015
all of them with 3:41 remaining the first time!
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level 70
Dec 12, 2016
Who the heck is Yanni? That question is bs, never heard of it in my life and neither does anyone I know. If it were supposedly so popular I'd think I could find one high schooler that knows who that is, but that is not so.
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level 38
Jan 27, 2017
Yanni is a great musician who was the companion of Linda Evans (The Big Valley & Dynasty) for several years. Jog your memory any?
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level 67
Sep 24, 2017
I'd never heard of him either. Nor have I heard of Linda Evans. American acts that didn't make it across the pond, or if they did it was quite a while ago, I assume?
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level 65
Feb 19, 2019
Yanni is Greek, I believe.
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level 76
Feb 19, 2019
What's so great about Beethoven? Everyone talks about how great Beethoven was. Beethoven wasn't so great. How can you say someone is great who's never had his picture on a bubble gum card?
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level 44
Jun 21, 2018
I, too, got a baseball question! first time ever I think!
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level 75
Jul 12, 2018
Will you accept Laurel for Yanni? ;)
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level 38
Sep 4, 2018
Sure. And then accept Hardy for Ander.
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level 67
Feb 19, 2019
Has it worked out well for you to assume that the reason you don't understand what someone is saying is that the speaker is talking nonsense?
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level 75
Feb 19, 2019
I was referring to the thing on the internet where people listen to a clip and some heard the word pronounced as yanni while others heard it as laurel. (Both my husband and I only heard yanni, but I think the majority heard it as laurel.)
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level 67
Feb 19, 2019
Yanni?......... only claim to fame is being on Jetpunk.
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level 69
Feb 19, 2019
And selling 25 million albums, being nominated for two Grammys, and having given a concert that was shown on 130 US stations and has been seen by half a billion people worldwide.
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level 53
Feb 19, 2019
And being advertised in TV commercials about every 10 minutes in the late 80's/early 90's.
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level 53
Feb 19, 2019
Knew them all at 4 minutes except the walled city... guessed York and got 100%!
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level 61
Feb 22, 2019
Yanni, as I learned just this week, actually disavows the label "new age" to describe his music. Unfortunately for him, he doesn't get to choose labels others ascribe to him. Were he to have his druthers, though, "new age" would not be among those labels.
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level 48
May 25, 2019
please accept yurd for yurt, i can't spell