Thesaurus:y'all

THESAURUS

y'all

EnglishEdit

PronounEdit

Sense: plural second-person personal pronounEdit

SynonymsEdit

all of you

  • all y'all (Southern US)
  • allyou (Caribbean)
  • oonuh (Caribbean)
  • wunna (Barbados)
  • y'all (Southern US, AAVE)
  • ye (historical, archaic outside Northern England, Cornwall, and Ireland)
  • yeens (Pennsylvania, especially Pittsburgh, Appalachia)
  • yens (Pennsylvania, especially Pittsburgh, Appalachia)
  • yer (UK eye dialect)
  • y'ins (Midwestern US and Appalachia)
  • yins (Pennsylvania, especially Pittsburgh, Appalachia)
  • yinz (Pennsylvania, especially Pittsburgh, Appalachia)
  • yis (chiefly Philadelphia, Delaware Valley, Southern New Jersey, Scotland)
  • yiz (chiefly Philadelphia, Delaware Valley, Southern New Jersey, Scotland)
  • yoons (Midwestern US and Appalachia)
  • you (chiefly Rhode Island US or elsewhere after "you guys" has been previously stated)
  • you [number] (to the specified number of people)
  • you all (especially Southern US)
  • you guys (Australia, New Zealand, North America (United States, Canada), Britain)
  • you lot (UK)
  • you man (London)
  • you-uns (Midwestern US and Appalachia)
  • you'uns (Midwestern US and Appalachia)
  • yous (chiefly Australia, some parts of the US, Ireland, Scotland)
  • youse (chiefly Australia, some parts of the US, Ireland, Scotland, North-East England)
  • youz (chiefly Australia, some parts of the US, Ireland, Scotland)
  • y'uns (Midwestern US and Appalachia)
  • yuns (Midwestern US and Appalachia)
  • yunz (Midwestern US and Appalachia)
HyponymsEdit
Addressing multiple women:
  • you gals (Australia, New Zealand, North America)
HypernymsEdit

See alsoEdit