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- (Northern England) Nonstandard spelling of the. (Most characteristic of Yorkshire, but also found in areas of Lancashire, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire)
- Before a vowel, t’ is usually written and pronounced as if appended to the following word.
- In He can't make up his mind if he wants one or t’other (= He can't make up his mind if he wants one or the other) t’other is pronounced as if spelled tother. Sometimes it is pronounced as a glottal stop.
- Before a consonant, t’ is pronounced as a glottal stop following the preceding word.
- In I’m going down t’ road to see me mam ( = I’m going down the road to see my mother), down t’ is pronounced as down followed by a glottal stop.
- t’ is sometimes not pronounced at all, having no glottal stop.
- Nonstandard spelling of to.
- Contraction of et.
Catalan personal pronouns and clitics
- elided form of te
- Je t’ai vu - I saw you.
- (slang) elided form of tu
- T’as vu mon frère ? - Have you seen my brother?
French personal pronouns
|Singular||First||—||je, j’||me, m’||—||—||moi|
|Third||Masculine||il||se, s’||le, l’||lui||y||en||lui|
- “t'” in le Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).
- Contraction of te.
- IPA(key): [t̪ˠ] (before a word starting with a, o, u, fha, fho, or fhu)
- IPA(key): [tʲ] (before a word starting with e, i, fhe, or fhi)
- (Cois Fharraige) Alternative form of
- clitic form of .
- I hate you.
- Apocopic form of