YO

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 "yo":

  1. One followed another, and then it was " Nancy Lee," loud and clear, and the men singing " Yo- ho, heave- ho!" - "Man Overboard!", F(rancis) Marion Crawford.
  2. What do yo suppose Leonora will say to her new ribbons?" - "Polly of the Hospital Staff", Emma C. Dowd.
  3. De yo he ro. - "The Iroquois Book of Rites", Horatio Hale.