y taking the place of the old letter thorn (þ), as in ye.
- (obsolete) that
- The King appear'd to be much hurt at this, told me he did not credit what he told him, as he knew yt. you & I had never had any dispute together, & yt. William & you had had some misunderstanding in Germany...
- your (singular)
There are also alternative forms which can be used before the noun (which will be in the indefinite state, while the forms used after the noun require the noun to be definite). These forms are restricted to personal relationships like family members, for example:
- yt vëlla (“your brother”), jot motër (“your sister”)
These forms are limited to singulars.
- out (out of fashion, not popular) [from 1982]