|yes||A word used to show agreement or acceptance.|
|to||A particle used for marking the following verb as an infinitive.|
|né||(South Africa) Yeah? not so? hey?|
Scouse) A delayed filler.
|no||Used to show disagreement or negation.|
AAVE) Used as a shortened form of various common interrogative phrases.
Scottish) Eye dialect of yes
|-es'||Alternative form of -s' used on words that are made plural using -es.|
|diedrate||Only used in hydrate or diedrate|
|yuppers||Alternative spelling of yeppers|
informal) Perfective aspect marker.
|ter||(dialectal) Eye dialect of to|
|nup||(informal) No; nope.|
Singlish) Placed at the end of a phrase or sentence either for emphasis or reassurance.
|cha||(dancing) Used to count out steps, particularly involving the hip-shaking sections of rhythmic Latin dances|
West Midlands) Alternative form of arr
|seeya||Alternative form of see you|
|ye-es||Eye dialect of yes indicating hesitance: used to show hesitant agreement or acceptance.|
|I mean||(colloquial) A delayed filler.|
Note: these words have been obtained from Wiktionary and have been classified and improved through automated computer linguistics processes.