Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary
- (RP) IPA: /jɔː(ɹ)z/, X-SAMPA: /jO:(r)z/
- Rhymes: -ɔː(ɹ)z
- (US) enPR: yôrz, IPA: /jɔːɹz/, /jɚz/, /jɝːz/, X-SAMPA: /jO:rz/
- Homophone: yaws (in non-rhotic accents)
- That which belongs to you (singular); the possessive second person singular pronoun used without a following noun.
- If this edit is mine, the other must be yours.
- Their encyclopedia is good, but yours is even better.
- It’s all yours.
- That which belongs to you (plural); the possessive second person plural pronoun used without a following noun.
- Written at the end of a letter, before the signature.
Usage notes 
- In British English the adverb almost invariably follows the word yours at the end of a letter; in most dialects of American English it usually precedes it. As a general rule, sincerely is only employed if the name of the recipient is already known to the writer; a letter begun with Dear Sir or Dear Madam finishes with faithfully. Yours on its own and yours ever are less formal than the other forms.
Derived terms 
possessive pronoun, singular
possessive pronoun, plural
possessive pronoun (to be sorted into the preceding tables)
See also 
English personal pronouns
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