look you

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

look + you

Interjection[edit]

look you

  1. (Wales) see here
    • 1815, Thomas Love Peacock, Headlong Hall
      For there is no toubt put the tevil, when Owen Thomas saw him, must have peen sitting on a piece of rock in a straight line from him on the other side of the river, where he used to sit, look you, for a whole summer's tay, while Hugh Llwyd was on his pulpit, and there they used to talk across the water!

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