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- noun An old spelling of
- A dialectal variant of
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- pronoun Ireland
your(plural); of ye, belonging to ye
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_Imprented at Tavystoke ye xx day of August the yere of the reygne off our souerayne Lord Kyng Henry ye viii the xxvi yere_, i.e. 1534.
This same yere, that is for to seye the morwe after seynt Symon day and Jude, the meire rood to Westm ', and took his charge as the custume is of the meires of London.
-- "Also this same yere, that is to seye the xv yere of his reigne of England, was the first yere of his reigne of France, and he came fro Tourney."
And in this same yere, that is to weton on the Mighelmesse day, was
And in this yere, that is to seye the yere of our lord
And in this yere, that is to seye the yere of our lord a mlcclviij, there fel a Jewe into a pryve at Teukesbury upon a Satirday, the whiche wolde nought suffre hym selfe to be drawe out of the preve that day for reverence of his Sabot day: and Sr.
I too find that the cut is usually more flattering than dresses of yere I'm going for "yere," as in "the yere and now," as the opposite of "yore", AND the fit is more forgiving.
"Thar's yore's," he said, laying out the four of clubs, "an 'yere's mine," he concluded, producing the jack of diamonds.
If he did an 'he yered de rumpus dese rapscallions kicked up -- yes -- dat's you I'm talkin' to "-- and he looked toward the dogs --" he'll be roun 'yere' fo 'ye gits fru yo' bre'kfus '.
While I stood at the door, a sharp voice inside commanded various colored servants to look "yere" and there after the key, and I was presently ushered in, not by the ghost of the great patriot, but by a sour-looking man, who collected a small fee before I could set foot upon the sacred threshold.
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