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Definition of way:

  1. The timbers on which a ship is launched. To make way, to give room for passing, or to make a vacancy. To give way, to recede; to make room or to yield. To make one's way, to advance in life by efforts. By- the- way, on passant, as we proceed. To go one's way, or to come one's way, to go or come along. In the way, opposing advance. To be under way, to be in motion Milky Way, the galaxy See Galaxy. Ways and means, in legislation, means for raising money. Right of way, right of passing through another's ground.
  2. A passage; the place of passing; henee, a road of any kind; a highway; a lane; a street; any place for the passing of men, cattle or other animals; length of space; course; route; passage; room for passing; manner or means of doing anything; method; scheme of management; manner of thinking or acting; manner of practice; mode; particular turn of opinion; method or plan of life and conduct; right method of knowing or acting; general scheme of acting: progress.

Way \way\

Meaning:
land by the road
Origin:
English
Details:
Way as a boy's name is a variant of Wayland (Old English), and the meaning of Way is "land by the road".
Meaning:
Fay, jay.
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Quotes for way:

  1. Sometimes people mistake the way I talk for what I am thinking.
  2. I love playing Jim. I love working with this cast and the opportunity to come back and work with them again was just way too appealing for me. Also, I think this is a great way to wrap up the franchise.
  3. I think we all have madness in us, it's just that I've realized mine and found a way to let it out.
  4. I don't want to act just to be on the screen doing anything and looking any kind of way.
  5. Spring is nature's way of saying, "Let's party!"

Rhymes for way:

  1. brae, wei, ley, neigh, lait, wy, spray, pei, paye, k, graye, sway, prey, saye, rey, weigh, day, wey, shay, gway, kay, tay, fey, dae, play, haye, khe, dray, ney, hey, lay, fay, cay, jaye, gaye, slay, mey, clay, drey, rae, wray, tray, jay, bey, maye, de, hay, bray, j, ray, dey, klay, grey, hwe, say, they, mei, whey, bay, jae, raye, che, mae, kaye, pay, daye, stay, blay, quay, stray, se, pray, flay, tae, nay, fray, nej, quai, sta, sleigh, sze, shea, lei, waye, brey, ay, re, fe, gray, vey, yea, cray, frey, faye, yay, ae, ne, ca, may, trey;
  2. away, halfway, sorbet, ga, b-j, nisei, beauvais, monet, okay, replay, delay, rene, bouquet, millay, o'shea, purvey, belay, levey, bombay, passe, hervey, dossier, mackay, toupee, renee, hooray, cathay, astray, survey, cliche, manet, obey, souffle, ha, da, jose, soiree, filet, parquet, ek, nikkei, convey, mckay, crochet, repay, hurray, moray, asay, abbe, puree, defray, croquet, dismay, macrae, oj, cafe, betray, array, chalet, portray, beret, fillet, today, delray, prepay, valet, sergei, orsay, ballet, display, saute, buffet, mccrea, gervais, essay, olay, carre, calais, decay, allay, ole, mcveigh, risque, cache, dk;
  3. disarray, monterrey, monterey, dak, cabaret, ita, piaget, lyonnais, overstay, bta, cabernet, ira, chevrolet, bouvier, bua, overplay, disobey, uva, aaa, perrier, underplay, intraday, cea, fiance, ekk, jna, underway, attache, faberge;
  4. communique, foia, cabriolet, ceta, naivete, noaa, hiaa, asea;
  5. waga;
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