- youse dialectal inflection of YOU (Cf. you), 1893, not always used in plural senses.
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youse — /juz/ (say yoohz) pronoun (personal) second person, subjective and objective Colloquial (in non standard use) 1. plural form of you: youse are all mad; *Frost, the publican, desperately afraid of losing good customers, said to the four of us… … Australian English dictionary
youse — yous, youse are regional and dialectal forms of you (plural). In Britain they are associated especially with the speech of Glasgow and Liverpool, and they occur in American, Australian, and New Zealand literature reproducing non standard speech:… … Modern English usage
youse — pronoun or yous (|)yüz, yəz, yəs, (|)yüs Etymology: you (I) + s (I) substandard : you usually used in addressing two or more persons or sometimes one person as represen … Useful english dictionary
youse — I Canadian Slang [use] second person plural Do youse have an appointment? II Liverpool Slang you (pl): youse ll not believe this III Australian English Plural of you (by the grammatically challenged) … English dialects glossary
youse — pronoun a) You (plural). Sometimes as youse guys b) (Boston, New York and Philadelphia) You (singular). Syn: you, yous, you guys, y’all, you uns, you fella … Wiktionary
youse — /yoohz/; unstressed /yeuhz, yiz/, pron. Nonstandard. you (usually used in addressing two or more people). Usage. See you. * * * … Universalium
youse — [ju:z] (also yous) pronoun dialect you (usually more than one person) … English new terms dictionary
youse — [[t]yuz[/t]] unstressed [[t]yəz, yɪz[/t]] pron. Nonstandard. sts use you (usu. used in addressing two or more people) • usage: See you … From formal English to slang
youse — These are variant spellings which try to indicate an uneducated pronunciation of ‘you’, occurring in Irish and other dialects of English. These forms can be used to one person or several … A dictionary of epithets and terms of address
Youse's Maryland Orioles — is an amateur, wooden bat baseball team based in Linthicum, Maryland. Most of its players are drawn from the college ranks. The team is a member of the Cal Ripken, Sr. Collegiate Baseball League (CRSCBL). The Maryland Orioles play their home… … Wikipedia