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See also: our'n
- (obsolete outside Britain and US dialects, chiefly Appalachia) Ours.
1914, Edgar Rice Burrows, The Mucker, HTML edition, The Gutenberg Project, published 2009:
- "Supposin'," continued Ward, "that we let two o' your men an' two o' ourn under Mr. Divine, shin up them cliffs ..."