English Online Dictionary. What means yale? What does yale mean?
Possibly derived from Hebrew יָעֵל (“mountain goat”). Possibly from Welsh iâl (“clearing, glade”). Compare Latin eale.
yale (plural yales)
- A mythical beast in European mythology and heraldry, usually portrayed as an antelope- or goat-like four-legged creature with large horns that it can swivel in any direction.
- A fertile upland.
- Ealy, Laye, Yael, aley, ayle, laye
- Ma class inflected form of -le.