Part of speech: pronoun

Belonging to you; the possessive case singular and plural of YOU; in use preceding the noun.

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Usage examples "your":

  1. Will you not give me your name? - "Old Fritz and the New Era", Louise Muhlbach.
  2. Well, I'm glad I'm not in your place, that's all! - "Frank's Campaign or the Farm and the Camp", Horatio Alger, Jr..
  3. Perhaps that was your idea, was it? - "Charles Rex", Ethel M. Dell.