There are 2 definitions of York in English:

York1

Syllabification: York
Pronunciation: /yôrk
 
/
1A city in northern England, on the Ouse River; population 136,900 (est. 2009).
2A commercial and industrial city in southeastern Pennsylvania; population 40,097 (est. 2008).
3The southwestern tip of Hayes Peninsula, on Baffin Bay in Greenland. It served as a base for US explorer Robert E. Peary’s polar expedition. A 100-ton meteorite found here was brought to the US by Peary.

Origin

Danish Jorvik.

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There are 2 definitions of York in English:

york2

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verb

[with object] Cricket
(Of a bowler) bowl out (a batsman) with a ball that pitches under the bat: Hudson was finally yorked by Benjamin

Origin

late 19th century: back-formation from yorker.

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