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Y'all - Wikipedia

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Y'all ) is a contraction of you and all It is used as a (usually plural) second-person pronoun. The exclusive usage of y'all as a plural pronoun is a subject of ...

Y'all or Ya'll: What's the Difference? - Writing Explained

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STOP! Don't make this mistake ever again. Learn the proper uses and spelling of ya'll and y'all with example sentences at Writing Explained.

Urban Dictionary: y'all

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Southern 2nd person plural pronoun. Most concise and easily distinguished. Despite the assurance of some emails that have been passing around, "y'all" is ...

Talk:y'all - Wiktionary

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I was born, raised, and lived mostly in the South and the only time that I can remember hearing y'all addressed to one person (other than the TV which nearly  ...

Y'all | Definition of Y'all by Merriam-Webster

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Define y'all: you —usually used in addressing two or more persons.

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“How y'all doin'?” If you are rendering this common Southernism in print, be careful where you place the apostrophe, which stands for the second and third ...

Y'all | Define Y'all at Dictionary.com

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Children learn from the slaves some odd phrases ... as ... will you all do this? for, will one of you do this? ["Arthur Singleton" (Henry C. Knight), "Letters from the ...

The Big Heat: Ya'll vs. Y'all - A Texan's Anguish - gaelynnwoods.com

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Jul 10, 2012 ... Some writers put the apostrophe AFTER the 'a', as in: ya'll. *shudders* Now tell me, does that make ANY sense given the law of contractions?

The secret history of “Y'all”: The murky origins of a legendary ... - Salon

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Aug 30, 2015 ... The phrase "y'all" might not simply be the shortened form of "you all" — but something far more complex.

"Y'all" or "ya'll"? - English StackExchange

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Sep 21, 2010 ... If anything, isn't ya'll a contraction of you will (where you is written as ya, as in "ya know")? Otherwise, the only explanation I can come up with ...