|any of various yellow gems||topaz|
|(Biochemistry) cause the formation of a corpus luteum; become a corpus luteum (yellow ovarian body)||luteinize|
|(Biochemistry) formation of a corpus luteum (yellow ovarian body)||luteinization|
|(Botany) bearing buds or reproducing by gemma ; gemmiparous, producing gems, with gemmae||gemmiferous|
|a trademark for a telephone directory printed on yellow paper and containing names, addresses, and telephone numbers of businesses and other organizations listed according to the products or services offered||Yellow Pages|
|a trademark for a type of mild pale-yellow Norwegian cheese that has large holes in it||Jarlsberg|
|a trademark for a yellow or green aromatic liqueur, flavored with herbs and flowers||Chartreuse|
|a variety of quartz, usually smoky yellow, gray, or brown in color, found in Scotland and used in making jewelry., cairngorm stone, kind of quartz (generally in smoky yellow, gray or brown color) named after the Scottish mountain where it is found whic...||cairngorm|
|add ginger to something, flavor with ginger; energize, enliven (Informal), flavored with ginger, having a reddish brown coloring, having ginger color, hot-tasting spice, orange- or brownish-yellow color, plant, plant having yellowish-green flowers and ...||ginger|
|add sand to something, area of sand, brownish yellow, determination, fill with sand, fine grains of rock; beach, area covered primarily with sand, material made of tiny grains, of the color of sand, particles in hourglass, scatter sand; cover with sand...||sand|
|African stork with yellow bill, wood stork||wood ibis|
|alyssum, plant with yellow flowers||basket-of-gold|
|antibiotic substance which is derived from bacteria in the soil and used to treat various kinds of bacterial infection, yellow crystalline antibiotic||oxytetracycline|
|any of a number of finches; sweet white wine; light yellow color; female singer (Slang), canary yellow, dance, police informer, woman singer, yellow finch||canary|
|any of a number of plants having coarse fuzzy leaves and dense yellow-flowered spikes, flannel leaf, flowering plant, velvet plant||mullein|
|any of a number of small three-leaved plants (including clover and wood sorrel); yellow-flowered clover which is the Irish national emblem, three-leafed clover||shamrock|
|any of a number of small trees which bear long clusters of yellow flowers, tree with yellow flowers||laburnum|
|any of several species of small European willow (Botany), give a yellowish coloring, make somewhat yellow, having a sickly yellow coloring (about the skin), make something sallow, unnaturally yellow, willow tree||sallow|
|any of several varieties of sweet round apples (often with green or yellow skins), desirable or admirable person or thing, pip or seed, variety of apple||pippin|
|any plant from the genus Primula, having a pale yellow color; of primroses, similar to primroses (type of plant), primrose flower, primula, small plant with colorful flowers||primrose|
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