you–all

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pronoun \yü-ˈȯl, ˈyü-ˌ; ˈyȯl\

Definition of you–all

chiefly Southern

  1. :  you —usually used in addressing two or more persons

1631

First Known Use of you–all

1631

Variants of you–all

or

play \ˈyȯl\

YOU–ALL Defined for English Language Learners

you–all

play
pronoun \yü-ˈȯl, ˈyü-ˌ; ˈyȯl\

Definition of you–all for English Language Learners

  • —used mainly in speech in the Southern U.S. to address two or more people


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