Y'all (/jɑːl/ yahl) (sometimes yall or ya'll) is a contraction of you and all (
sometimes combined as you-all). It is used as a (usually plural) second-person
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“How y'all doin'?” If you are rendering this common Southernism in print, be
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what is going on with y'all? by care ... y'all. Southern 2nd person plural pronoun.
Most concise and easily distinguished. Despite the ... How idiots spell y'all.
Dec 5, 2006 ... A little southern-style grammar for y'all this morning: .... My pet peeve is the
common practice, both in the South and elsewhere, to spell it as ...
Y'all is a contraction of you all, and is used as a second person, plural, pronoun.
The Southern United States is well known as the place of origin of this word, but ...
Y'all, which originates in the U.S. and is common in many regions of the country,
is a contraction of you and all. Although the word is generally considered out of ...
Jul 17, 2007 ... Having a friendly little disagreement with hubby. What do y'all think? How do
YOU spell it? y'all or ya'll???