Language Quiz / Y, O Y??! (hard)

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Can you name the words with at least 2 Ys and 1 O?

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Definition/ClueY, O Y?! word
Study of legends.
'Water on the brain.'
A person at random.
The branch of biology that deals with the formation, structure, and function of cells.
The hatred of women.
The opposite of girlishly.
An abnormally low level of glucose in the blood.
Treatment of mental and emotional disorders.
Branch of medicine dealing with the female reproductive system.
Water-based renewable energy.
Communicating in or deciphering secret writings or ciphers.
Meddlesome, nosy person.
Freshly, vigorously, actively.
Hugh Hefner, for example.
Tearfulness, weepiness.
Ostentatiously, resplendently. (noun or adverb)
All people.
Inherited disorder characterized by photosensitivity, abdominal pain, and neuropathy.
Relation of things occurring simultaneously.
Unknown authorship (adverb).
Fictitiously; of questionable authorship or authenticity.
Operation that removes the uterus.
Devotion, allegiance.
An orchestral concert.
Decomposition of a chemical compound by reaction with water; opposite of condensation.
Capital of North Korea.
Definition/ClueY, O Y?! word
Belief that oneself is a wolf. Ahhhhh ooooo!
Once known as cretinism, disease state that can cause retardation.
Foam insulation or packaging.
Happily, elatedly.
Peculiarity or quirk.
The study of fish.
ESP, the ability to see things beyond the regular 5 senses.
When a man get to have multiple wives.
Linguistics that deals with the origins of words.
Norman Bates suffered from this condition.
Reddish-purple igneous rock.
Printing with movable type.
Obscure disease or disorder of the heart.
Bramble related to blackberry, with raspberry taste.
Unable to find or hold a job.
When a woman gets to have multiple husbands.
Word that has the same meaning as another word.
Muscular _________.
Ability to float.
Judging character from facial features.
Physics that studies the phenomena that occur at very low temperatures.
Treatment of condition via induced prolonged sleep.
Homer's magnum opus.
Queen Elizabeth or King Juan Carlos, for example.
Conditional or contingent supposition; '______________ speaking...'
Two-facedness, falseness.

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