yóy [ˈjo̞͡ɪ], alienably possessed noun: “cold, low temperature“
So, here we are, Lexember has finally arrived! And for the first word of this month, let’s have something cool :-P.
Seriously, yóy refers to the fact that things can be cold, i.e. objects can have a low temperature. It does not refer so much to the cold sensation nor to a cold weather (we’ll see how Haotyétpi does that in a few days) as to “cold” in general, the property that all cold objects share.
This noun is not commonly used, as one does not usually talk about the concept of cold itself separately from it use to indicate a sensation or a weather phenomenon. However, it is used as the basis for quite a few other words, so I thought it necessary to introduce it first.
No example today due to lack of time. I’ll try to make it up tomorrow :).
(And sorry for the empty post earlier. Unfortunately, IFTTT still seems to have problems with copying the contents of a Tumblr post to Blogger. I'll look into that)