Ye

Part of speech: noun

An eye.

Part of speech: pronoun

The nominative plural of the personal pronoun of the second person.

Part of speech:

The; a contraction in which y represents the Anglo- Saxon character for th; sometimes incorrectly pronounced like the pronoun ye.

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Usage examples "ye":

  1. What are ye a- doin' here? - "For the Liberty of Texas", Edward Stratemeyer.
  2. Somebody's comm', I tell ye! - "A Cumberland Vendetta", John Fox, Jr..
  3. Here, what are ye standing around for? - "Bert Wilson's Fadeaway Ball", J. W. Duffield.