from The Century Dictionary.
- Same as
hisin its predicate use.
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- pronoun archaic, dialectal, England, US
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"Ah, I see -- an old homestead; and that portrait in my room is the wife of 'hisn'?"
Page 96 answered, "but Hannah don't like many folks; an 'if Si wuz not a-stuffin' hisself, an 'hisn's po' daddy a-bein 'laid out, hed sesso."
Well, we'll get him; don't you worry; an 'that ornery female o' hisn ', too! "
His left glove ain't a foot from my jaw, an 'my left glove ain't a foot from hisn.
If he weakened, she'd just put her immortal soul into hisn an 'make him live.
They think a almighty heap of each other, an 'she's got a will like hisn.
The quip about hisn "front-runner" status was also spectacularly ill-judged and was predictably squashed by Campbell.
Seed near free poun on un a spell ago a said war hisn.
He can beat yourn with hisn and he can beat hisn with yourn.
I hope that lily-flower o 'hisn will be open in the mornin'.