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the yoke of servitude

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  • YOKE — (Heb. עוֹל). In the Bible The yoke was usually made from a circular wooden halter which was placed on the animal s neck, and harnessed to a plow, cart, or other vehicle. Pegs, two on each side, with the neck of the animal between them, were… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Yoke — (y[=o]k), n. [OE. yok, [yogh]oc, AS. geoc; akin to D. juk, OHG. joh, G. joch, Icel. & Sw. ok, Dan. aag, Goth. juk, Lith. jungas, Russ. igo, L. jugum, Gr. zy gon, Skr. yuga, and to L. jungere to join, Gr. ?, Skr. yui. [root]109, 280. Cf. {Join},… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Yoke elm — Yoke Yoke (y[=o]k), n. [OE. yok, [yogh]oc, AS. geoc; akin to D. juk, OHG. joh, G. joch, Icel. & Sw. ok, Dan. aag, Goth. juk, Lith. jungas, Russ. igo, L. jugum, Gr. zy gon, Skr. yuga, and to L. jungere to join, Gr. ?, Skr. yui. [root]109, 280. Cf …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • yoke — [yōk] n. pl. yokes or yoke [ME yok < OE geoc, akin to Ger joch < IE * yugo (> Sans yuga, L jungere, jugum, Gr zeugma, Welsh iau, OSlav igo) < base * yeu , to join] 1. a wooden frame or bar with loops or bows at either end, fitted… …   English World dictionary

  • The Oxford Movement (1833-1845) —     The Oxford Movement (1833 1845)     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Oxford Movement (1833 1845)     The Oxford Movement may be looked upon in two distinct lights. The conception which lay at its base, according to the Royal Commission on… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • yoke — I n. wooden frame 1) to put a yoke on (oxen) servitude, bondage 2) to cast off, throw off the yoke (of bondage) 3) a foreign yoke 4) under a (foreign) yoke II v. (D; tr.) to yoke to (to yoke oxen to a cart) * * * [jəʊk] throw off the yoke (of… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • yoke — 1. noun 1) the horses were loosened from the yoke Syn: harness, collar, coupling 2) countries struggling under the yoke of imperialism Syn: tyranny, oppression, domination, hegemony, enslavement, servitude, subjugation …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • yoke — yoke1 yokeless, adj. /yohk/, n., pl. yokes for 1, 3 20, yoke for 2; v., yoked, yoking. n. 1. a device for joining together a pair of draft animals, esp. oxen, usually consisting of a crosspiece with two bow shaped pieces, each enclosing the head… …   Universalium

  • yoke — [[t]yoʊk[/t]] n. pl. yokes, yoke 1) a device for joining together a pair of draft animals, esp. oxen, usu. consisting of a crosspiece with two bow shaped pieces, each enclosing the head of an animal Compare harness 1) 2) a pair of draft animals… …   From formal English to slang

  • yoke — /joʊk / (say yohk) noun (plural yokes for defs 1 and 3 10 or yoke for def. 2, for defs 1 and 3 10) 1. a contrivance for joining a pair of draught animals, especially oxen, usually consisting of a crosspiece with two bow shaped pieces beneath,… …   Australian-English dictionary

  • yoke — I. noun (plural yokes) Etymology: Middle English yok, from Old English geoc; akin to Old High German joh yoke, Latin jugum, Greek zygon, Sanskrit yuga, Latin jungere to join Date: before 12th century 1. a. a wooden bar or frame by which two draft …   New Collegiate Dictionary


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