from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Another form of
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- noun Geordie
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The double emphasis on "yett" not only lends l. 70 a nice syntactical balance, but it also powerfully underscores both Moulsworth's sense of pain and her surprise that her pain continues to be so intense.
As the good mare pressed on unweariedly bridegroom and bride rode up to the 'yett' of 'the Bower' in the late twilight.
We ascended by the ancient stone newel stair that circled up from the old iron 'yett' of the entry to the battlements above, and laid a towel below the sash of every window.
Then one of the herd-lads hurried across to open the barred "yett" and let us in.
The "yett," as usual, was barred, and it is more than doubtful whether, even if open, the coach could safely have passed within -- so narrow was the space between post and post.
Foar drinkees, bellinis, mimmosaseseses, chonklit martoonies, oar tee and kawfee for tohse hoo R wair teh sunn iznawt yett obur teh yardarmz.
Aidunawtfinkso wih has mett yett – ekstendseses floofy paw uv frendshep tu cinna-crumbs.
"Oah, then you will certainlee nott go on deck just yett!" whispers she.
Dis starr…it has a tayste…ai juss nawt knoez wutt itt iz yett..
Shi bi owtdor kitteh fur a lawng tiem yett, aifinkso !