you-all

pronoun
\ yü-ˈȯl , ˈyü-ˌȯl ; ˈyȯl \
variants: or \ˈyȯl \

Definition of you-all 

chiefly Southern

: you usually used in addressing two or more persons

First Known Use of you-all

1631, in the meaning defined above

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you-all

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English Language Learners Definition of you-all

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

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