Statue of Deedarganj Yakshini at Patna Museum
A mythical Hindu/ Buddhist deity of wealth hailing from the kingdom of Alaka. Your fairy godmother with a map to hidden treasures and with the proper mantra or ritual from the list of Uddamareshvara Tantra, she will provide your heart's most treasured desires. Yakshinis are depicted as beautiful with wide hips, narrow waists and exaggerated spherical breasts. There are 36 Yakshinis and some are known to have malevolent motives so beware of which fairy guardian you open your soul to!
An exclamation of "hell yes!" That feeling you get when something amazing dances into your world. It's a combination of yay + yes = yas! Sometimes spelled, yasss! The more "s" on the end the more fun you are having.
She’s the Yoruban, Brazilian and Afro-Caribbean Goddess of love. The Mother of water, conception and creation, she is the deep ocean of comfort for all who are in need. She is often depicted as a mermaid.
“Is your name Yemaya, Oh hell no, it’s got to be Oshun.”
- Love Jones/ Brother to the Night.
A blabbing, gossipy, mouth-all-mighty, who consistently vomits diseased rumors and foolish nonsense. 2.) The Old Betties who get together to yap about the neighborhood gossip. She always meddles in your everything instead of concentrating on her nothing of a life.
A naval officer with a wonderful desk job. 2.) A farmer who cultivates his land for farming. 3.) An officer, attendant or secretary in a royal or noble household. Yeoman of the guard. 4.) A man servant or errand boy to a royal nobleman or household.
Placket 16-17th Century. A woman. Historically, it's an apron or pettycoat. Women were known to work as slaves in the kitchen, the term grew wings and soared into the streets to define women as objects. "Our vicar thus preaches and why should he not? For the dues of his cure are the pocket and pot."