yestreen

noun
yes·​treen | \ye-ˈstrēn \

Definition of yestreen 

chiefly Scotland

: last evening or night

Other Words from yestreen

yestreen adverb

First Known Use of yestreen

1773, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for yestreen

Middle English (Scots) yistrevin, from yisterday + evin evening, alteration of Middle English even

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yes, thanks

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yes, yes

yet

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