y'

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y'

  1. (informal, dialect, subject pronoun) you; ye.
    • 1888, Robert Louis Stevenson, The Black Arrow:
      Y' are brave, but the most uncrafty lad that I can think upon!
    • 1946, Katharine Susannah Prichard, The roaring nineties: a story of the goldfields of Western Australia:
      Y'r can turn out the place, boys, if y' think Monty or me had anything to do with his blasted wallet.
    • 1986, Robert Herring, McCampbell's war:
      "Then what y'reckon y'gon' do?" the other repeated.

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