Yankee

[adj] - used by southerners for an inhabitant of a northern state in the United States (especially a Union soldier) 2. [n] - an American who lives in the North (especially during the American Civil War) 3. [n] - an American
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Yankee

In the US, a Yankee is a dollar denominated bond issued in the USA by a foreign... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/yankee.htm?id=1554&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of yankee'>more</a>
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Yankee

Colloquial (often disparaging) term for an American. Outside the USA the term is applied to any American. During the American Civil War, the term was applied by Southerners to any Northerner or...
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Yankee

Yan'kee noun [ Commonly considered to be a corrupt pronunciation of the word English , or of the French word Anglais , by the native Indians of America. According to Thierry, a corruption of Jankin , a diminutive of John , and a nickname given to the English colonists of Conn...
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Yankee

Yan'kee adjective Of or pertaining to a Yankee; characteristic of the Yankees. « The alertness of the Yankee aspect.» Hawthorne. Yankee clover . (Botany) See Japan clover , under Japan .
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yankee

A nickname for a native or citizen of new England, especially one descended from old New England stock; by extension, an inhabitant of the Northern States as distinguished from a Southerner; also, applied sometimes by foreigners to any inhabitant of the United States. 'From meanness first this Portsmouth Yankey rose, And still to meanness all his c...
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Yankee

adjective used by Southerners for an inhabitant of a northern state in the United States (especially a Union soldier)
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Yankee

Yank noun an American (especially to non-Americans)
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Yankee

• (n.) A nickname for a native or citizen of New England, especially one descended from old New England stock; by extension, an inhabitant of the Northern States as distinguished from a Southerner; also, applied sometimes by foreigners to any inhabitant of the United States. • (a.) Of or pertaining to a Yankee; characteristic of the Yanke...
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Yankee

(from the article `submarine`) ...class, which became operational in 1959. These 5,900-ton, 382-foot vessels carried 16 Polaris missiles, which had a range of 1,200 nautical miles. ...
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Yankee

(from the article `privateer`) ...because more than 1,000 privateers were already licensed. The popularity of privateering continued in the War of 1812 between Great Britain and ...
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Yankee

a native or citizen of the United States or, more narrowly, of the New England states of the United States (Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, ... [4 related articles]
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Yankee

a fore-sail flying above and forward of the jib, usually seen on bowsprit vessels.
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Yankee

Yankee, term used by Americans generally in reference to a native of New England and by non-Americans, especially the British, in reference to an American of any section. The word is most likely from the Dutch and may have been derived from Janke, diminutive of Jan {John]; from Jan and Kees, diminut...
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Yankee

Colloquial (often disparaging) term for an American. Outside the USA the term is applied to any American. During the American Civil War, the term was applied by Southerners to any Northerner or member of the Union Army and is still used today to refer to Northerners. A `real yankee` is a person from the New England states, especially some...
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Yankee

A Canadian-type bet consisting of eleven bets on four selections: a four-fold, four trebles and six doubles. See Trixie, Canadian, Heinz, Super Heinz and Goliath
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Yankee

A multiple bet consisting of 11 bets (6 doubles, 4 trebles and 1 4-fold) on 4 selections in different events.
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Yankee

[ferry] Yankee (also known as Machigonne) is an early-20th century steel hulled ferry which is registered as an historic vessel with the National Register of Historic Places. As of 2006 it was berthed in Hoboken, New Jersey. In mid-2013, the ferry was moved to the Henry Street pier in the Gowanus Bay Terminal in Red Hook, Brooklyn. ==Operat...
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Yankee

[motorcycle] The Yankee motorcycle is a motorcycle which was produced in Schenectady, New York by the Yankee Motor Company in the 1970s. This company was started by John Taylor, a long-time resident of that area. The motorcycle used an air-cooled two-stroke engine, designed by Eduard GirĂ³ that was produced by the Ossa firm in Barcelona, Sp...
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Yankee

[disambiguation] Yankee is a term for various groups of Americans. Yankee may also refer to: ==Sports== ===Teams=== ===Conferences=== ==In the military== ==Transportation== ==Businesses== ==Other uses== == See also == ...
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Yankee

[magazine] Yankee Magazine was founded in 1935 and is based in Dublin, New Hampshire, United States. It is the only{cn|date=December 2013} magazine devoted to New England through its coverage of travel, home, food and features. With a paid circulation of 317,000 and a total readership of nearly 2 million, it is published by Yankee Publishin...
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Yankee

The term `Yankee` and its contracted form `Yank` have several interrelated meanings, all referring to people from the United States. Its various senses depend on the scope of context. Most broadly: The informal British English `Yank` is especially popular among Britons and Australians and sometimes carries pejorative overtones. The Southern ...
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