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yano [yá.nu.] : plain (adj.); simple (adj.)
[ Etymology: Spanish: llano: plain ]
Synonyms: simple

Derivatives of yano


Glosses:
plain
n. (object)1. champaign, field, plainextensive tract of level open land.; "they emerged from the woods onto a vast open plain"; "he longed for the fields of his youth"
~ olympiaa plain in Greece in the northwestern Peloponnese; the chief sanctuary of Zeus and the site of the original Olympian Games.
~ nullarbor plaina vast arid plain of southern Australia stretching inland from the Great Australian Bight; has sparse vegetation and no surface water and is almost uninhabited; the site of a major rocket research center.
~ serengeti, serengeti plaina vast plain in Tanzania to the west of the Great Rift Valley known for its wildlife.
~ flata level tract of land.; "the salt flats of Utah"
~ flood plain, floodplaina low plain adjacent to a river that is formed chiefly of river sediment and is subject to flooding.
~ dry land, ground, solid ground, terra firma, earth, landthe solid part of the earth's surface.; "the plane turned away from the sea and moved back over land"; "the earth shook for several minutes"; "he dropped the logs on the ground"
~ llanoan extensive grassy and nearly treeless plain (especially in Latin America).
~ moorland, mooropen land usually with peaty soil covered with heather and bracken and moss.
~ peneplain, peneplanea more or less level land surface representing an advanced stage of erosion undisturbed by crustal movements.
~ snowfielda permanent wide expanse of snow.
~ steppeextensive plain without trees (associated with eastern Russia and Siberia).
~ tundraa vast treeless plain in the Arctic regions where the subsoil is permanently frozen.
n. (artifact)2. knit, knit stitch, plain, plain stitcha basic knitting stitch.
~ knitting stitcha stitch taken in knitting.
v. (communication)3. complain, kick, kvetch, plain, quetch, sound offexpress complaints, discontent, displeasure, or unhappiness.; "My mother complains all day"; "She has a lot to kick about"
~ hen-peck, nag, peckbother persistently with trivial complaints.; "She nags her husband all day long"
~ backbite, bitchsay mean things.
~ grizzle, yammer, yawp, whinecomplain whiningly.
~ gnarl, grumble, murmur, mutter, croakmake complaining remarks or noises under one's breath.; "she grumbles when she feels overworked"
~ grouch, grumble, scoldshow one's unhappiness or critical attitude.; "He scolded about anything that he thought was wrong"; "We grumbled about the increased work load"
~ protestutter words of protest.
~ repineexpress discontent.
~ beef, bellyache, bitch, gripe, grouse, squawk, holler, crabcomplain.; "What was he hollering about?"
~ inveigh, railcomplain bitterly.
~ bemoan, bewail, deplore, lamentregret strongly.; "I deplore this hostile action"; "we lamented the loss of benefits"
~ reportcomplain about; make a charge against.; "I reported her to the supervisor"
~ bleattalk whiningly.
adj. 4. apparent, evident, manifest, patent, plain, unmistakableclearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment.; "the effects of the drought are apparent to anyone who sees the parched fields"; "evident hostility"; "manifest disapproval"; "patent advantages"; "made his meaning plain"; "it is plain that he is no reactionary"; "in plain view"
~ obviouseasily perceived by the senses or grasped by the mind.; "obvious errors"
adj. 5. plainnot elaborate or elaborated; simple.; "plain food"; "stuck to the plain facts"; "a plain blue suit"; "a plain rectangular brick building"
~ unadorned, undecoratednot decorated with something to increase its beauty or distinction.
~ austere, stark, severe, sternseverely simple.; "a stark interior"
~ mere, simple, bareapart from anything else; without additions or modifications.; "only the bare facts"; "shocked by the mere idea"; "the simple passage of time was enough"; "the simple truth"
~ chastepure and simple in design or style.; "a chaste border of conventionalized flowers"
~ dry(of food) eaten without a spread or sauce or other garnish.; "dry toast"; "dry meat"
~ dryhaving no adornment or coloration.; "dry facts"; "rattled off the facts in a dry mechanical manner"
~ featurelesslacking distinguishing characteristics or features.; "the featureless landscape of the steppe"
~ homelyplain and unpretentious.; "homely truths"; "letters to his son full of homely advice"; "homely fare"
~ inelaborate, unelaboratenot elaborate; lacking rich or complex detail.
~ literalavoiding embellishment or exaggeration (used for emphasis).; "it's the literal truth"
~ simpleunornamented.; "a simple country schoolhouse"; "her black dress--simple to austerity"
~ tailored, trimseverely simple in line or design.; "a neat tailored suit"; "tailored curtains"
~ vanillaplain and without any extras or adornments.; "the most common type of bond is the straight or plain vanilla bond"; "the basic car is known as the vanilla version"
~ unpretentiouslacking pretension or affectation.; "an unpretentious country church"; "her quiet unpretentious demeanor"
~ unrhetoricalnot rhetorical.
~ simplehaving few parts; not complex or complicated or involved.; "a simple problem"; "simple mechanisms"; "a simple design"; "a simple substance"
adj. 6. plain, unpatternedlacking patterns especially in color.
~ solid-colored, solid-colouredhaving the same color all over.
adj. 7. plain, sheer, unmingled, unmixednot mixed with extraneous elements.; "plain water"; "sheer wine"; "not an unmixed blessing"
~ purefree of extraneous elements of any kind.; "pure air and water"; "pure gold"; "pure primary colors"; "the violin's pure and lovely song"; "pure tones"; "pure oxygen"
adj. 8. plain, unvarnishedfree from any effort to soften to disguise.; "the plain and unvarnished truth"; "the unvarnished candor of old people and children"
~ directstraightforward in means or manner or behavior or language or action.; "a direct question"; "a direct response"; "a direct approach"
adj. 9. bare, plain, spare, unembellished, unornamentedlacking embellishment or ornamentation.; "a plain hair style"; "unembellished white walls"; "functional architecture featuring stark unornamented concrete"
~ unadorned, undecoratednot decorated with something to increase its beauty or distinction.
adj. 10. homely, plainlacking in physical beauty or proportion.; "a homely child"; "several of the buildings were downright homely"; "a plain girl with a freckled face"
~ unattractivelacking beauty or charm.; "as unattractive as most mining regions"
adv. 11. apparently, evidently, manifestly, obviously, patently, plain, plainlyunmistakably (`plain' is often used informally for `plainly').; "the answer is obviously wrong"; "she was in bed and evidently in great pain"; "he was manifestly too important to leave off the guest list"; "it is all patently nonsense"; "she has apparently been living here for some time"; "I thought he owned the property, but apparently not"; "You are plainly wrong"; "he is plain stubborn"
~ colloquialisma colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech.
simple
n. (plant)1. simpleany herbaceous plant having medicinal properties.
~ archaicism, archaismthe use of an archaic expression.
~ herb, herbaceous planta plant lacking a permanent woody stem; many are flowering garden plants or potherbs; some having medicinal properties; some are pests.
n. (person)2. simple, simpletona person lacking intelligence or common sense.
~ individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soula human being.; "there was too much for one person to do"
~ airheada flighty scatterbrained simpleton.; "she's a total airhead"; "every airhead on a big salary rushed out to buy one"
~ dimwit, doofus, nitwit, half-wita stupid incompetent person.
~ dingbata silly empty-headed person.; "you would be a dingbat even to try it"; "yet here he was with an upper class dingbat who just happened to be married to his sister"
~ boob, booby, pinhead, dope, dumbbell, dummyan ignorant or foolish person.
~ fool, muggins, saphead, tomfool, sapa person who lacks good judgment.
~ changeling, cretin, half-wit, idiot, imbecile, moron, retarda person of subnormal intelligence.
~ idiot savantperson who is mentally retarded in general but who displays remarkable aptitude in some limited field (usually involving memory).
~ nebbech, nebbish(Yiddish) a timid unfortunate simpleton.
~ nincompoop, ninny, poopa stupid foolish person.
~ forgetful person, scatterbraina flighty and disorganized person.
~ schlemiel, shlemiel(Yiddish) a dolt who is a habitual bungler.
~ schlep, schlepper, shlep, shlepper(Yiddish) an awkward and stupid person.
~ schnook, shnook(Yiddish) a gullible simpleton more to be pitied than despised.; "don't be such an apologetic shnook"
~ sheepa timid defenseless simpleton who is readily preyed upon.
~ space cadetsomeone who seems unable to respond appropriately to reality (as if under the influence of some narcotic drug).
~ lame, squaresomeone who doesn't understand what is going on.
~ dolt, dullard, pillock, poor fish, pudden-head, pudding head, stupe, stupid, stupid persona person who is not very bright.; "The economy, stupid!"
~ subnormala person of less than normal intelligence.
~ twerp, twirp, twitsomeone who is regarded as contemptible.
adj. 3. simplehaving few parts; not complex or complicated or involved.; "a simple problem"; "simple mechanisms"; "a simple design"; "a simple substance"
~ easyposing no difficulty; requiring little effort.; "an easy job"; "an easy problem"; "an easy victory"; "the house is easy to heat"; "satisfied with easy answers"; "took the easy way out of his dilemma"
~ plainnot elaborate or elaborated; simple.; "plain food"; "stuck to the plain facts"; "a plain blue suit"; "a plain rectangular brick building"
~ unsubdivided, simple(botany) of leaf shapes; of leaves having no divisions or subdivisions.
~ simplexhaving only one part or element.; "a simplex word has no affixes and is not part of a compound--like `boy' compared with `boyish' or `house' compared with `houseboat'"
~ simplisticcharacterized by extreme and often misleading simplicity.; "a simplistic theory of the universe"; "simplistic arguments of the ruling party"
~ unanalyzable, undecomposablerepresenting the furthest possible extent of analysis or division into parts.; "a feeling is a simple and undecomposable mental state"; "this weight of evidence is something mystical and unanalyzable"
~ uncomplicated, unsophisticatedlacking complexity.; "small and uncomplicated cars for those really interested in motoring"; "an unsophisticated machine"
adj. 4. elementary, simple, uncomplicated, unproblematiceasy and not involved or complicated.; "an elementary problem in statistics"; "elementary, my dear Watson"; "a simple game"; "found an uncomplicated solution to the problem"
~ easyposing no difficulty; requiring little effort.; "an easy job"; "an easy problem"; "an easy victory"; "the house is easy to heat"; "satisfied with easy answers"; "took the easy way out of his dilemma"
adj. 5. bare, mere, simpleapart from anything else; without additions or modifications.; "only the bare facts"; "shocked by the mere idea"; "the simple passage of time was enough"; "the simple truth"
~ plainnot elaborate or elaborated; simple.; "plain food"; "stuck to the plain facts"; "a plain blue suit"; "a plain rectangular brick building"
adj. 6. childlike, dewy-eyed, round-eyed, simple, wide-eyedexhibiting childlike simplicity and credulity.; "childlike trust"; "dewy-eyed innocence"; "listened in round-eyed wonder"
~ naif, naivemarked by or showing unaffected simplicity and lack of guile or worldly experience.; "a teenager's naive ignorance of life"; "the naive assumption that things can only get better"; "this naive simple creature with wide friendly eyes so eager to believe appearances"
adj. 7. dim-witted, simple, simple-mindedlacking mental capacity and subtlety.
~ retardedrelatively slow in mental or emotional or physical development.; "providing a secure and sometimes happy life for the retarded"
adj. 8. simple, unsubdivided(botany) of leaf shapes; of leaves having no divisions or subdivisions.
~ phytology, botanythe branch of biology that studies plants.
~ acerate, acerose, acicular, needle-shapednarrow and long and pointed; as pine leaves.
~ acuminate(of a leaf shape) narrowing to a slender point.
~ apiculate(of a leaf shape) having a short sharply pointed tip.
~ caudate(of a leaf shape) tapering gradually into a long taillike tip.
~ cordate, cordiform, heart-shaped(of a leaf) shaped like a heart.
~ cuneate, wedge-shaped(of a leaf shape) narrowly triangular, wider at the apex and tapering toward the base.
~ deltoidtriangular or suggesting a capital delta, with a point at the apex.
~ dolabrate, dolabriformhaving the shape of the head of an ax or cleaver.
~ elliptic(of a leaf shape) in the form of an ellipse.
~ bladelike, ensiform, sword-shaped, swordlikeshaped like a sword blade.; "the iris has an ensiform leaf"
~ hastate, spearhead-shaped(of a leaf shape) like a spear point, with flaring pointed lobes at the base.
~ lancelike, lanceolate(of a leaf shape) shaped like a lance head; narrow and tapering to a pointed apex.
~ elongate, linear(of a leaf shape) long and narrow.
~ lyrate(of a leaf shape) having curvature suggestive of a lyre.
~ needledof trees whose leaves are acerate.
~ two-needled(of conifers) having two needles.
~ three-needled(of conifers) having three needles.
~ four-needled(of conifers) having four needles.
~ five-needled(of conifers) having five needles.
~ obtuse(of a leaf shape) rounded at the apex.
~ oblanceolate(of a leaf shape) having a broad rounded apex and a tapering base.
~ oblong(of a leaf shape) having a somewhat elongated form with approximately parallel sides.
~ obovate(of a leaf shape) egg-shaped with the narrower end at the base.
~ orbicular, orbiculatecircular or nearly circular.
~ ovateof a leaf shape; egg-shaped with the broader end at the base.
~ fiddle-shaped, pandurate, panduriform(of a leaf shape) having rounded ends and a contracted center.
~ peltate, shield-shaped(of a leaf shape) round, with the stem attached near the center of the lower surface rather than the margin (as a nasturtium leaf for example).
~ perfoliate(of a leaf) having the base united around (and apparently pierced by) the stem.
~ kidney-shaped, reniform(of a leaf or bean shape) resembling the shape of kidney.
~ arrow-shaped, sagittate, sagittiform(of a leaf shape) like an arrow head without flaring base lobes.
~ spatula-shaped, spatulate(of a leaf shape) having a broad rounded apex and a narrow base.
~ unlobedwithout lobes.
~ simplehaving few parts; not complex or complicated or involved.; "a simple problem"; "simple mechanisms"; "a simple design"; "a simple substance"
~ smoothof the margin of a leaf shape; not broken up into teeth.
adj. 9. simpleunornamented.; "a simple country schoolhouse"; "her black dress--simple to austerity"
~ plainnot elaborate or elaborated; simple.; "plain food"; "stuck to the plain facts"; "a plain blue suit"; "a plain rectangular brick building"