Determiners in English (175)

Word Meaning
few (preceded by another determiner) An indefinite, but usually small, number of.
muh Eye dialect spelling of my
bookoo Alternative form of beaucoup
couple (colloquial
) Two or a few, a small number of.
wor (Northern England) Regional variant of our.
best part of most of
overmuch (chiefly
) Very much; too much
plenty (nonstandard) much, enough
me (UK
) Alternative form of my
enuf deliberate misspelling of enough
enuff (informal) Simplified variant of enough.
such (demonstrative) Like this, that, these, those; used to make a comparison with something implied by context.
thine (Archaic) Singular second person prevocalic possessive determiner (preconsonantal form: 'thy').
fewscore (rare) A few score: on the order of a small multiple of twenty.
this The (thing) here (used in indicating something or someone nearby).
them (dialectal) Those.
more and more Increasingly more; a growing number of; a growing quantity of.
such-and-such unstated; given
this here (colloquial
) this
hecka Synonym of hella
yonder Distant but within sight
she (AAVE) Synonym of her
quite a few An indefinite and somewhat large number; more than a few; a fair number of.
much (obsolete) Large, great.
other Not the one or ones previously referred to.
dat (slang
) that
everwhat (Appalachian) Whatever; whichever.
dis (slang
eye dialect
) This.
many An indefinite large number of.
no Not any.
this, that, and the other Particular items belonging to a large, diverse set, but items of the general kind of item indicated.
every All of a countable group, without exception.
many a (poetic) Many, a plentiful supply of.
thatt Obsolete spelling of that
this, that, or the other Alternative form of this, that, and the other
certain Having been determined but not specified. The quality of some particular subject or object which is known by the speaker to have been specifically singled out among similar entities of its class.
muchee Eye dialect of much
her Belonging to her.
many another (poetic) many other, most other (followed by singular noun)
dem nonstandard form of them (in the sense of "those")
how many (interrogative) what number
zis Eye dialect of this
co's (neologism) Belonging to co. Gender-neutral possessive adjective, grammatically equivalent to the gendered his and her and the singular their.
how much (interrogative) what quantity
fuck all (idiomatic
) Nothing at all or very little.
thy (archaic
) The possessive form of thou: that belongs to thee; that belongs to you (singular).
what Which; which kind of.
Thy honoraltcaps thy
yo (colloquial) Eye dialect spelling of your
ebery Eye dialect of every
yo' (AAVE) Alternative spelling of yo (shortened form of your)
yr Abbreviation of your
manye Obsolete spelling of many
not a little Much.
alotta (slang) A considerable quantity of
em Eye dialect spelling of them
both Each of the two; one and the other; referring to two individuals or items
hella (slang
chiefly Northern California
) Intensifier, signifies an abundance of a thing; much or many.
mickle (now
) Large, great.
thir Obsolete spelling of their
a few A small number of; More than two.
sufficient The smallest amount needed.
nil No, not any.
atta that's the; that's a
my First-person singular possessive determiner. See Appendix:Possessive#English.
bofe Eye dialect of both
bothe Obsolete spelling of both
owne Obsolete spelling of own
euerie Obsolete spelling of every
little Not much, only a little: only a small amount (of).
euery obsolete typography of every
we The speakers/writers, or the speaker/writer and at least one other person.
yure Eye dialect of your
not even one None at all.
dese (slang
) these
there Misspelling of their
some A certain proportion of, at least one.
vich pronunciation spelling of which
some kind of &lit some
a good few A number of, more than a bare few.
some kinda Eye dialect spelling of some kind of
a good many A substantial number of
buku (many many many)
some ol' Alternative form of some old
some old &lit some
hys obsolete form of his
some ole Alternative form of some old
all Every individual or anything of the given class, with no exceptions (the noun or noun phrase denoting the class must be plural or uncountable).
none (archaic
) Not any; no.
one and the same (Idiomatic) The same person or thing. Used to emphasize the identity or equivalence of two things.
eyther Obsolete spelling of either
either Each of two.
nuntee Alternative spelling of nanti
nunty Alternative spelling of nanti
wat (informal
text messaging
) Alternative spelling of what
any At least one; of at least one kind. One at all.
each All; every; qualifying a singular noun, indicating all examples of the thing so named seen as individual or separate items (compare every).
any and all (legal) All without exception.
each and every Each without exception; used for emphasis.
our Belonging to us.
hevery Eye dialect of every
a little a small amount
several (obsolete) Separate, distinct; particular.
quodque (medicine) each, every
enny Eye dialect of any
anotha (slang
) Eye dialect of another
anotha' (slang
) Eye dialect of another
whether (obsolete) Which of two.
another One more, in addition to a former number; a second or additional one, similar in likeness or in effect.
any ol' Alternative form of any old
any old &lit any
your Belonging to you; of you; related to you (singular; one owner).
any ole Alternative form of any old
severall Obsolete spelling of several
nantee Alternative spelling of nanti
nanti (Polari) No; not any.
e'ry (colloquial) Alternative spelling of every
nary a (Idiomatic) Not any; no.
any-and-all Alternative spelling of any and all
xyr (nonstandard
) Belonging to xe, their (singular). Gender-neutral third-person singular possessive adjective, coordinate with his and her.
eny Eye dialect of any
it's (now
) Alternative form of its
nanty Alternative spelling of nanti
umpteen (informal
) Relatively large but unspecified in number.
whate'er (poetic
) contraction of whatever
which (interrogative) What, of those mentioned or implied.
whatevah Eye dialect spelling of whatever
it (obsolete) its
whatever No matter what; for any
whichever Any one or a number of a group.
mos' Eye dialect of most
one or two A small number of
almost all &oth almost
fiew Obsolete spelling of few
ever (dialectal
) Shortening every
mai (anime
fandom slang
) Alternative form of my (used in the expressions mai waifu and mai husbando)
various More than one (of an indeterminate set of things).
you The individual or group spoken or written to.
anny Eye dialect of any
whose (interrogative) Of whom, belonging to whom.
yer (UK
Southern US
) Eye dialect of your
whatevuh (nonstandard) Alternative spelling of whatever
'nough informal form of enough
whath (nonstandard) Which ordinal number.
thousandsome (rare) Approximately one thousand; a thousand odd.
enough Sufficient; all that is required, needed, or appropriate.
bolth Misspelling of both
whosesoever Of whomsoever.
doze Eye dialect of those
anoda (Jamaica) Eye dialect of another
whosever Of whomever.
too many Excessive (used with countable nouns).
that The (thing, person, idea, etc) indicated or understood from context, especially if more remote physically, temporally or mentally than one designated as "this", or if expressing distinction.
next The one immediately following the current or most recent one
hundredsome Approximately one hundred; a hundred odd.
he (AAVE) Synonym of his
too much More (of something) than is desirable or required.
hes (nonstandard
) Alternative form of his when pronounced as he's; belonging to him.
whoze Eye dialect of whose
us The speakers/writers, or the speaker/writer and at least one other person.
their Belonging to, from, of, or relating to, them (plural).
thilk (now
) That same; this; that.
a whole 'nother Alternative form of a whole nother
less and less increasingly less
a whole nother (informal) An entirely different; an intensified version of another.
that there (emphatic
) that
some few An inconsiderable number.
neither Not one of two; not either.
they (now
Southern England
) The, those.
last The (one) immediately before the present.
mah (AAVE
Southern US
) Eye dialect spelling of my
they're Misspelling of their
beaucoup (US) much, many, a lot of.
everie Obsolete spelling of every
they's (AAVE) Synonym of their

Note: these words have been obtained from Wiktionary and have been classified and improved through automated computer linguistics processes.


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