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  • v. Eye dialect spelling of can.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The lift motors 're electric, an' if I have difficulty with the pusher, the lift fans c'n limp me home at about 20 klicks a hour as long as I'm no more'n a hour from dry land.

    Down on the Pharm

  • I got a ol' Nissan 4 wheeler ta drive about town It's parked at the public garage near the Pharmer's Market, an' if I need ta get ta the city, I c'n always take the hover-ferry.

    Down on the Pharm

  • I c'n show ya the way ta the patch, but I can't drive with jes' one arm.

    Down on the Pharm

  • You'd be surprised what ya c'n hide under some o' those smelly medicinals that the Pharmers 're willin' ta buy.

    Down on the Pharm

  • Charlie's is the last stop on the route ta the mountains where you c'n git both ammo and fuel, an' Earl's suburban only gits about 6 clicks ta the liter.

    Little Green Rednecks

  • Between me, Earl, an' the snellacs, we need all the room we c'n git.

    Little Green Rednecks

  • As head man of this yere M'balla tribe I c'n call out about seventy good fightin 'spearmen.

    The Green-Eyed Shwemyethna

  • "If we -- c'n jes 'make it -- to the top!" the big Negro panted.

    The Green-Eyed Shwemyethna

  • An 'if I cain't bring muh ahmy, I c'n bring myse'f.

    The Green-Eyed Shwemyethna

  • If ye're a gentleman or lady o' fortune yerself — or just want t' talk like one — ye c'n set Pirate as yer preferred lingo usin' th' Likes an' Dislikes page, or cast yer deadlights on an example.

    Google in one more language

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