English edit

Etymology edit

all +‎ you

Pronoun edit


  1. (Caribbean, dialect) Plural form of you.
    • 1979, Samuel Selvon, The lonely Londoners:
      'Ah, I wish I was like all you Jamaican,' Moses say, 'Allyou could live on two-three pound a week...
    • 2006, Niala Maharaj, Like heaven:
      What I paying the two of allyou for if I have to hire management consultant?

Synonyms edit

  • see the list of other second-person pronouns in you

Anagrams edit