hisn

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From his +‎ -n, formed on the model of mine, thine.

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hisn

  1. (obsolete outside UK and US dialects, chiefly Appalachia) His.
    • (Can we date this quote?) Walter C. Bronson:
      An' every feller felt ez though all Mexico wuz hisn.

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