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Word Meaning
it The third-person singular personal pronoun that is normally used to refer to an inanimate object, also often used to refer to animals.
you (object pronoun) The people spoken, or written to, as an object.
he (personal) A male person or animal already known or implied.
which (interrogative) What one or ones (of those mentioned or implied).
she (personal) The female person or animal previously mentioned or implied.
we (personal) The speakers/writers, or the speaker/writer and at least one other person (not the person being addressed). (This is the exclusive we.)
her The form of she used after a preposition or as the object of a verb; that woman, that ship, etc.
there Used as an expletive subject of be in its sense of exist, with the semantic, usually indefinite subject being postponed or (occasionally) implied.
what (interrogative) Which thing, event, circumstance, etc.: used interrogatively in asking for the specification of an identity, quantity, quality, etc.
who (interrogative) What person or people; which person or people; asks for the identity of someone. (used in a direct or indirect question)
them Objective case of they: third personal plural pronoun used after a preposition or as the object of a verb.
him A masculine pronoun; he as a grammatical object.
me As the direct object of a verb.
one (impersonal pronoun) One thing (among a group of others); one member of a group.
us (personal) Me and at least one other person; the objective case of 'we'.
something An uncertain or unspecified thing; one thing.
nothing Not any thing; no thing.
himself (reflexive) Him; the male object of a verb or preposition that also appears as the subject
anything Any object, act, state, event, or fact whatever; thing of any kind; something or other; aught.
itself (reflexive) it; A thing as the object of a verb or preposition that also appears as the subject
themselves The reflexive case of 'they', the third-person plural personal pronoun. The group of people, animals or objects previously mentioned, as the object of a verb or following a preposition (also used for emphasis).
whose (interrogative) Of whom, belonging to whom.
someone Some person.
everything (literally) All the things under discussion.
herself (reflexive) Her; the female object of a verb or preposition that also appears as the subject.
anyone Any person; anybody.
whatever No matter what; for any
everyone Every person.
whom What person or people; which person or people, as the object of a verb.
myself (reflexive) Me, as direct or indirect object the speaker as the object of a verb or preposition, when the speaker is also the subject.
yourself (reflexive) Your own self (singular).
none Not any of a given number or group, particularly:
somebody Some unspecified person.
everybody All people.
nobody Not any person; the logical negation of somebody.
anybody Any one out of an indefinite number of persons; anyone; any person.
plenty More than enough.
mine My; belonging to me; that which belongs to me.
ourselves (reflexive) Us; the group including the speaker as the object of a verb or preposition when that group also is the subject.
yours That which belongs to you (singular); the possessive second-person singular pronoun used without a following noun.
no-one Alternative form of no one
ours That which belongs to us; the possessive case of we, used without a following noun.
ye (archaic
outside
Northern England
Cornwall
Ireland
) You (the people being addressed).
yer (UK
slang
or
dialectal
uncommon
) Eye dialect of you
theirs That which belongs to them; the possessive case of they, used without a following noun.
whatsoever (obsolete) whatever
whichever Any one or a number of a group.
thou (archaic
literary
religious
ceremonial,
or
dialectal
) you singular nominative case
oneself The person, previously mentioned.
nought Nothing; zero.
summat (British
Northern England
Yorkshire
) Something.
'im (colloquial) Representing a pronunciation of 'him' that drops the h.
em (neologism) them (singular). Gender-neutral third-person singular object pronoun, coordinate with him and her.
'er Eye dialect of her
he/she He or she; singular of they, used as a gender-neutral reference to the third person singular.
yu Eye dialect of you
nowt (Northern England) Naught, nothing.
ah Eye dialect of I#Pronoun, most often indicating that the speaker is using a Scottish or American (particularly Southern) accent.
'is Eye dialect of his
owt (Northern England) aught, anything
meself (slang
or
dialectal
UK
) Alternative form of myself
dem nonstandard form of them
nothin' Eye dialect of nothing
'un (colloquial) one (a thing).
naught (Archaic) Nothing.
somethin' informal spelling of something
thine (Archaic) Singular second person possessive pronoun.
aught anything whatever, any part.
yerself (nonstandard
or
dialectal
) Alternative form of yourself
thyself (archaic
literary
dialectal
) yourself (as the object of a verb or preposition or as an intensifier); reflexive case of thou
she/he She or he; singular of they, used as a gender-neutral reference to the third person singular.
somewhat (Archaic) Something.
theirselves (nonstandard) Alternative form themselves
nuffink Eye dialect of nothing
ourself The reflexive of the editorial or royal we; myself as used by a writer or speaker who would refer to himself in the nominative case as we. (Normally, the reflexive case of we is ourselves).
whomsoever whichever person, whomever
dere pronunciation spelling of there
anythin' informal spelling of anything
whomever Objective case of whoever.
themself The reflexive form of 'they', the third-person singular personal pronoun. The single person previously mentioned, as the object of a verb or following a preposition (also used for emphasis).
dey Eye dialect of they
youse Alternative form of yous
whosoever whichever person; whoever
theirself (nonstandard) Alternative form of themself.
you-know-who Person or entity whose name one does not want to mention but which is known to the person to whom one is speaking.
hisself (nonstandard
now
_
chiefly
dialect
) Variant form himself
hirself (neologism
reflexive
) hir, themself; Gender-neutral third-person singular object of a verb or preposition that also appears as the subject, coordinate with gendered himself and herself.
everythin' Alternative form of everything
mesen (dialect) Myself.
what-have-you (colloquial) Alternative spelling of what have you.
hym Obsolete spelling of him
someting Eye dialect of something
hir (neologism) them (singular). Gender-neutral third-person singular object pronoun, coordinate with him and her.
nuthin Eye dialect spelling of nothing
m'self obsolete form of myself
whate'er (poetic) contraction of whatever
youself Eye dialect of yourself
a (obsolete
outside
England
and
Scotland
_
dialects
) He.
ownself (Singlish
emphatic
) own self.
some-body Obsolete spelling of somebody
yo'self (dialect) Eye dialect spelling of yourself
hem obsolete form of 'em
'emselves (colloquial) unstressed form of themselves
cha (dialectal
nonstandard
) You.
hersen
hitself (dialectal) Alternative form of itself
oursen
thair archaic spelling of their
wee obsolete emphatic we
theyr Obsolete spelling of their
theyself (nonstandard) themselves
theyselves (nonstandard
dialect
) themselves
few Few people, few things.
thi sen (Yorkshire) Eye dialect of yourself
'a (Archaic) Alternative form of a (pronoun)
all the world Everyone.
thselves Abbreviation of themselves
what's-his-name A person or entity, particularly male, whose name one does not remember but that is known to the person to which one is speaking.
hit (dialectal) It.
noone nonstandard spelling of no one
you gals (idiomatic
colloquial
chiefly
North America
Australia
NZ
) You (plural).
whatshername (informal) A female person whose name cannot be recalled.
noöne Dated form of no one
sie (neologism) Gender-neutral (or multigendered) subject pronoun, grammatically equivalent to the gendered pronouns he and she, or singular they
overmuch Too much
you guys (idiomatic
colloquial
chiefly
North America
Australia
NZ
) You (plural).
yiz Alternative form of youz
Me Alternative form of me often used when speaking as God or another important figure who is understood from context.
enuf deliberate misspelling of enough
zir (neologism) them (singular). Gender-neutral third-person singular accusative (object) pronoun, coordinate with him and her.
missen (Yorkshire
colloquial
) Myself.
wi (Geordie) us
me fein (Ireland
informal
) myself.
hor (Geordie) her
such A person, a thing, people or things like the one or ones already mentioned.
whatso (obsolete) whatever
whome Obsolete spelling of whom
me fellow (Australian Aboriginal) we, us
Thine honoraltcaps thine
youuns Alternative spelling of you-uns
that's (rare
nonstandard
) Whose, of which.
yon (dated
or
dialectal
) That one or those over there.
all y'all (chiefly
US South
) Plural form of you.
youz (slang
eye dialect
) Alternative spelling of yous
all y'all's (chiefly
Southern US
colloquial
) Possessive of 'all y'all' (standing in for 'all your').
this The thing, item, etc. being indicated.
shi (neologism
furry fandom
) Alternative form of sie
nish nothing.
such like Alternative spelling of suchlike
whomso (obsolete) whichever person, whomever
youze Alternative spelling of yous
al. Other things.
you lot (idiomatic
colloquial
chiefly
UK
may have disparaging nuance
) You (plural).
whomst (nonstandard)
this and that Various unspecified things.
me, myself and I Only me; myself alone.
you name it (informal
idiomatic
) Used, often after a short list, to show that further examples are unnecessary; all kinds of things
hissen
(s)he He or she; singular of they, used as a gender-neutral form of the third person singular.
suchlike Other things of the same kind or type.
thame (Scotland
obsolete
) them
yowe obsolete form of you
ze (neologism) they (singular). Gender-neutral third-person singular subject pronoun, coordinate with gendered pronouns he and she.
She honoraltcaps she
everthang Eye dialect of everything
she or he Alternative form of he or she
much A large amount or great extent.
this one A specified object, thing or person (especially one nearby or known)
co (neologism
nonstandard
) they (singular). Gender-neutral subject pronoun, coordinate with gendered pronouns he and she.
jack shit (vulgar) nothing, anything
dat (slang
dialectal
nonstandard
AAVE
) that
dis (slang
or
eye dialect
) This.
damn all (informal
vulgar
) Nothing (not any thing: no thing).
nuthin' Eye dialect of nothing
where The place in which.
yas nonstandard spelling of yous
many A collective mass of people.
everwho (Appalachian) Whoever.
nuthing Eye dialect spelling of nothing
every body (Archaic) Obsolete spelling of everybody
certain (with of) Unnamed or undescribed members (of).
noot (Geordie) nothing
you-all Alternative spelling of you all
zirself (reflexive
neologism
) zir; the gender-neutral object of a verb or preposition that also appears as the subject
you-know-what The name of something the speaker does not want to mention, but which is known, or very likely to be known, to the listener. It can be plural (as in "... the you-know-whats).
nother (obsolete
outside
UK
and
Caribbean
_
dialects
) Neither.
ou (obsolete
or
dialectal
) he, she, it
You-Know-Who Alternative spelling of you-know-who
Her honoraltcaps her
SMTH Alternative form of smth
you-uns (US
dialectal
Midwestern US
and
Appalachia
) You (as subject or object).
her ass (vulgar
slang
the third person singular
) she.
ich (personal
obsolete
) I.
smth (Internet slang) Abbreviation of something
somthing Obsolete spelling of something
nother (obsolete) Another.
yoo Eye dialect of you
Her Excellency (formal) A title of respect for females used when referring to heads of state, heads of government, governors, ambassadors, certain ecclesiastics, royalty, and others holding equivalent rank.
zis Eye dialect of this
e'ryting (colloquial) Alternative spelling of everything
fuck all (idiomatic
vulgar
) Nothing at all or very little.
ev'rythang (colloquial) Alternative spelling of everything
nothin apocopic form of nothing
Her Imperial Majesty a title of respect used when referring to an empress
hse (nonstandard) A gender-neutral pronoun.
evrythin (Archaic) Alternative spelling of everything
summet (British
dialectal
obsolete
) Alternative form of summat
ev'rything Eye dialect spelling of everything
Her Maj (British
humorous
) Her Majesty.
thissen (Yorkshire
colloquial
) Yourself.
evrything Obsolete spelling of everything
Her Majesty (formal) A title of respect used when referring to a queen.
thissun contraction of this 'un
tr=this one
ev'ryting Eye dialect of everything
sich Eye dialect of such
der nonstandard spelling of there
her nibs Alternative form of his nibs, when referring to a female.
Her Royal Highness A title given to certain female members of a royal family, abbreviated HRH.
Her Royal Majesty (formal) A title of respect used when referring to a queen.
thems (Appalachian
colloquial
) variant of 'those'.
the whole world Everybody.
yo (Baltimore) third-person singular, familiar
every man Jack (Idiomatic) All the members of a group with no exceptions.
quhat (especially
Scottish
) Obsolete spelling of what
ev'ythang (colloquial
nonstandard
) Alternative spelling of everything
every one &lit every
one
ev'ythin' (colloquial) Alternative spelling of everything
Myself Alternative form of myself used when speaking as God or another important figure who is understood from context.
quhatsoever (especially
Scotland
) Obsolete spelling of whatsoever
ALCON (military) Abbreviation of all concerned
ev'ything (colloquial) Alternative spelling of everything
myselfe Obsolete spelling of myself
eirs (neologism) That which belongs to em, theirs (singular). Possessive case of gender-neutral ey, coordinate with his and hers.
mysell Eye dialect of myself
eirself (neologism
reflexive
nonstandard
) themself; gender-neutral object of a verb or preposition that also appears as the subject, coordinate with himself or herself.
myselven (obsolete) myself
not a one None whatsoever.
myselves (reflexive
nonstandard
) me; used to indicate the speaker as an entity with more than one self.
nothing to write home about (Idiomatic) Not exceptional; not noteworthy or especially good.
quhich (often
_
Scottish
) Obsolete spelling of which
quho (often
_
Scottish
) Obsolete spelling of who
ought Alternative spelling of aught; anything
yores Eye dialect of yours
coself (neologism
reflexive
nonstandard
) Gender-neutral object of a verb or preposition that also appears as the subject, grammatically equivalent to himself or herself.
sombody Misspelling of somebody
hella (slang
chiefly Northern California
) a lot; or, a hell of a lot.
Majesty a term of address for royalty and imperiality
othersome (now
_
dialectal
_
or
_
poetic
) Some others.
mickle (now
_
chiefly
Scotland
) A large amount or great extent.
summot (British
dialectal
obsolete
) Alternative form of summat
a few A small number of things.
nothink Eye dialect of nothing
summut (British
dialectal
obsolete
) Alternative form of summat
everybody and their brother (Idiomatic) A large number of people; most people.
everybody and their dog (Idiomatic) A large number of people; most people.
fele (dialectal
or
obsolete
) Many (of).
sombuddy (AAVE) Eye dialect of somebody
My Alternative form of my often used when speaking as God or another important figure who is understood from context.
sombudy (AAVE) Eye dialect of somebody
Mine Alternative form of mine often used when speaking as God or another important figure who is understood from context.
thay Obsolete spelling of they
allyou (Caribbean
dialect
) Plural form of you.
mee (obsolete) Me.
my ass (slang
vulgar
) I, myself; oneself in the third person.
oi (representing rural dialect pronunciation) I.
yur Eye dialect of your
dar Alternative form of there
we-uns (US
_
regional
) We; us.
Oi (south west
_
England
) Eye dialect of I
tho (obsolete) Those; they.
everybuddy Eye dialect of everybody
some A certain number, at least one.
everycunt (vulgar
chiefly
Scotland
) Everyone.
dese (slang
nonstandard
) these
ilkon Each one; everyone
some body Obsolete spelling of somebody
yee (archaic
and
Geordie
) you (the people being addressed); alternate spelling of ye
ilkoon
what have you Any of several additional, unmentioned things
Godself (reflexive) God
we'uns Alternative form of we-uns
hoo (South Lancashire, Yorkshire and Derbyshire) she
one and all (Idiomatic) The entire set of persons or things within a given domain, considered both as separate individuals and collectively.
everyone and his brother (Idiomatic) A large number of people; most people.
sumpin' Eye dialect of something
xe (nonstandard) they (singular). Gender-neutral third-person singular subject pronoun, coordinate with gendered pronouns he and she.
everyone and their brother (Idiomatic) A large number of people; most people.
all Everything.
everyone and their dog (Idiomatic) A large number of people; most people.
limpeh (Singapore
informal
impolite
) A reference to oneself in the third person, taking on the stance of a superior.
everyone and their grandma Synonym of everyone and their mother
one another (reciprocal pronoun) Used of a reciprocal relationship among a group of two or more people or things; compare each other.
everyone and their mother (Idiomatic) A large number of people; most people.
yorn (dialect) Yours.
hu (neologism) they (singular). Gender-neutral third-person singular subject pronoun, coordinate with gendered pronouns he and she.
everyone else All other persons.
xem (nonstandard) Object-case of xe.
no matter what Whatever; used to indicate that the speaker would do the same thing regardless of the options.
yorself Eye dialect of yourself
either (obsolete) Both, each of two or more.
mesilf Eye dialect of myself
some1 (text messaging) informal form of someone
wat (informal
Internet
text messaging
) Alternative spelling of what
all and some (obsolete
idiomatic
) one and all
thyne Obsolete spelling of thine
y'awl Eye dialect of y'all
yees (dialectal) you
all and sundry (collectively) All; everyone.
everypony (My Little Pony
_
fandom slang
) Everybody.
somebody's Possessive case of somebody.
everytang (colloquial) Alternative spelling of everything
my nibs his nibs in the first person
everythang (slang) everything
somebuddy (AAVE) Eye dialect of somebody
yaw'll Eye dialect of y'all
somebudy (dialectal) Eye dialect of somebody
toder obsolete form of tother
ey (neologism
epicene
) they (singular). Gender-neutral third-person singular subject pronoun, coordinate with gendered pronouns he and she.
somedeal Some part; a portion, something; some.
tha (Northern England) Eye dialect of thou (parts of Yorkshire and Lancashire where the MOUTH vowel became [a:] and then shortened in an unstressed thou)
any Any thing(s) or person(s).
no one Not one person, nobody.
nobody's Possessive case of nobody.
yoself (dialect) Eye dialect spelling of yourself
everytin' (colloquial) Alternative spelling of everything
sumthin' Eye dialect of something
yeh (dialectal) Eye dialect of you
each other (reciprocal pronoun) To one another; one to the other; signifies that a verb applies to two or more entities both as subjects and as direct objects:
'hem obsolete form of ’em
ch (obsolete
dialectal
) Alternative form of I
everyting Eye dialect of everything
someone else Some other person.
sumthing Eye dialect spelling of something
yo'selves (dialect) Yo' (plural), used as the object of a verb or preposition, referring to the people being spoken to, previously mentioned.
our asses (vulgar
slang
the third person singular
) we.
yoselves (dialect) Yo (plural), used as the object of a verb or preposition, referring to the people being spoken to, previously mentioned.
ch- (obsolete
attached to following verb
) I; <span class="use-with-mention">clitic form of <span class="mention">ich</span>.</span>
Thou honoraltcaps thou
anie Obsolete spelling of any
noboody Misspelling of nobody
somepin Eye dialect of something
uz (Geordie) me
nuttin' Eye dialect of nothing
nobuddy Eye dialect of nobody
emself (neologism
reflexive
) em, themself; Gender-neutral object of a verb or preposition that also appears as the subject, the reflexive form of em.
somepody Eye dialect of somebody
nobudy Eye dialect of nobody
urs (Internet slang
text messaging
) yours
eachother (nonstandard
proscribed
) Alternative spelling of each other
nada (informal
colloquial
) nothing
somepoty Eye dialect of somebody
whether (obsolete) Which of two.
another The additional one of the same kind.
sum (AAVE) Eye dialect spelling of some
her's (now
_
nonstandard
) Alternative form of hers
nen (Geordie) none
Your honoraltcaps your
Her's (now
_
nonstandard
) Alternative form of Hers
any old thing (Idiomatic) anything at all
whethersoever (rare
obsolete
) Whatever; whoever.
your all's (colloquial
nonstandard
) Belonging to the multiple persons being addressed.
urself (Internet slang
text messaging
) yourself
your ass (vulgar
slang
) you.
Hers honoraltcaps hers'
self (obsolete) Himself, herself, itself, themselves; that specific (person mentioned).
nauther (obsolete) Neither.
your asses (vulgar
slang
the third person singular
) you in the plural form.
little old me (colloquial) me
sum1 (Internet slang
text messaging
) someone
our'n Alternative form of ourn
thers obsolete form of theirs
e'rybody Eye dialect spelling of everybody
t'other Alternative form of tother
ourn (obsolete
outside
British
and
American
_
dialects
especially
Appalachian
) Ours.
Your Dukeness (rare
humorous
) A pseudo-title of respect used towards a duke.
tother (now
dialectal
) Other. Most often used after the.
somesing Eye dialect of something
Your Excellency (formal) A title of respect used when addressing heads of state, heads of government, governors, ambassadors, certain ecclesiastics, royalty, and others holding equivalent rank.
feel (dialectal
or
obsolete
) Alternative form of fele
your grace (formal
obsolete
) you (as a polite form of address to social superiors)
Who honoraltcaps who
zumat (British
dialectal
obsolete
) Alternative form of summat
Herself honoraltcaps herself
your guys's (colloquial
chiefly
North America
Australia
NZ
) Possessive you guys.
sumat (British
dialectal
obsolete
) Alternative form of summat
Your Highness (formal) A title of respect used to address a prince or princess.
Him honoraltcaps him
anybody else Synonym of anyone else
somethang (slang) something
Your Highnessness (jocular
rare
) Synonym of Your Highness
him/herself Himself or herself; singular of themselves, used as a reflexive and gender-neutral reference to the third-person singular.
one's Belonging to one.
your Honor (formal
obsolete
addressing someone of higher rank or status than oneself
) you
xyrself (reflexive
neologism
) xyr; the gender-neutral object of a verb or preposition that also appears as the subject
Your Honour (British) A title used to address a judge or magistrate.
Your Imperial Majesty (formal) A title of respect used when addressing an emperor, or empress.
hirs (neologism) That which belongs to hir, theirs (singular). Possessive case of hir, used in place of a noun. Coordinate with his and hers.
Your Maj (British
humorous
) Your Majesty.
anybody's possessive form anybody
Your Majesty (formal) A title of respect used when addressing a monarch of higher rank than a prince; that is, a king, queen, emperor, or empress.
your man &lit your
man
zummat (British
dialectal
obsolete
) Alternative form of summat
anybuddy Eye dialect of anybody
zummet (British
dialectal
obsolete
) Alternative form of summat
anybudy (dialectal) Eye dialect spelling of anybody
zummut (British
dialectal
obsolete
) Alternative form of summat
your mother (Polari) I, me
sumbody (AAVE) Eye dialect spelling of somebody
whateffer Eye dialect of whatever
zum'ot (British
dialectal
obsolete
) Alternative form of summat
sumbuddy Eye dialect spelling of somebody
one's self (dated) Alternative spelling of oneself
per (neologism) they (singular). Gender-neutral third-person singular subject pronoun, coordinate with gendered pronouns he and she.
whatevah Eye dialect spelling of whatever
your nibs his nibs in the second person
Your Rottenness (rare) A pseudo-title of respect used towards a villain or another unlikeable person.
the'e eye-dialect of there
thon (non-standard
rare
see usage notes
) they (singular). Gender-neutral third-person singular subject pronoun, coordinate with gendered pronouns he and she.
anyone else Any other person.
bugger all (chiefly
British
Australia
New Zealand
South Africa
idiomatic
vulgar
) Nothing.
whiche Obsolete spelling of which
Your Worship A title used to address a magistrate or clergyman
piss all (vulgar) Synonym of nothing
whatever floats your boat (Idiomatic) What makes you happy; what stimulates you.
Your Worshipfulness A pseudo-title of respect.
something to write home about Something exceptional or noteworthy.
Thee honoraltcaps thee
e'rythang (colloquial) Alternative spelling of everything
thee sen (Yorkshire) Eye dialect of yourself
which's (colloquial
nonstandard
proscribed
) Of which; alternative to inanimate sense of whose.
whichsoe'er (poetic) Alternative spelling of whichsoever
whoes obsolete form of whose
whichsoever emphatic form whichever
whoever Misspelling of who ever
hawt (obsolete) Anything. (Alternative form of aught)
thonself (neologism
archaic
reflexive
) themself; gender-neutral object of a verb or preposition that also appears as the subject, coordinate with himself or herself, the reflexive form of thon.
tone (now
_
dialectal
) The one (of two).
something's Belonging to something.
anypony (My Little Pony
_
fandom slang
) Anybody.
sumet (British
dialectal
obsolete
) Alternative form of summat
shee Obsolete spelling of she.
overmany Too many.
Himself honoraltcaps himself
theeself (archaic
dialect
) yourself
thoo (Orkney) Thou; you.
anythang (slang) anything
'um (slang) an unstressed form of them
himselfe Obsolete spelling of himself
himsell Eye dialect of himself
e'rythin' Eye dialect spelling of everything
your'n Alternative form of yourn
himselve obsolete form of himself
e'rything (colloquial
nonstandard
) Alternative spelling of everything
whatevs (slang
rare
) Whatever.
You honoraltcaps you
yourn (obsolete
outside
British
and
American
_
dialects
especially
Appalachian
) Yours.
thor (Geordie) their
usself (obsolete
or
dialect
) ourselves
your's (Archaic) yours
whatevuh (nonstandard) Alternative spelling of whatever
yer man
you all Alternative form of all of you Plural form of you, including everyone being addressed.
anything else Any other thing. (Not with a specific meaning)
whoseever Of whomever.
Yours honoraltcaps yours
His honoraltcaps his
elsewhat (obsolete) Something else.
netherworld The place to which one's spirit descends upon death, conceived as below the surface of the earth.
whathaveyou Alternative form of what have you
same The identical thing, ditto.
whosesoever Of whomsoever.
y'all (chiefly
Southern US
) Plural form of 'you'.
yours trulies (idiomatic
informal
) we, us, or ourselves
his ass (vulgar
slang
the third person singular
) he.
enough A sufficient or adequate number, amount, etc.
pers (neologism) That which belongs to per, theirs (singular).
His Excellency (formal) A title of respect for males used when referring to heads of state, heads of government, governors, ambassadors, certain ecclesiastics, royalty, and others holding equivalent rank.
thow Obsolete spelling of thou
anythink (UK) Eye dialect of anything
whosever Of whomever.
ya'll (chiefly
AAVE
) Alternative form of y'all
yours truly (idiomatic
informal
) I, me, or myself.
Yourself honoraltcaps yourself
yuh (chiefly
Jamaica
) you
whoso (Archaic) whosoever, whatever person
yourselfs obsolete form of yourselves
that (demonstrative) The thing, person, idea, quality, event, action or time indicated or understood from context, especially if more remote geographically, temporally or mentally than one designated as "this", or if expressing distinction.
His Imperial Majesty a title of respect used when referring to an emperor
Thyself honoraltcaps thyself
His Maj (British
humorous
) His Majesty.
thyselves (pseudo-archaic
nonstandard
) Yourselves: <span class="use-with-mention">a plural of the normally archaic pronoun <span class="mention">thyself</span></span>.
anyting Eye dialect of anything
y'all's (US South) Possessive of 'y’all' (standing in for 'your').
His Majesty (formal) A title of respect used when referring to a king.
thysen (Yorkshire) thyself.
y'allself (nonstandard
rare
) Yourself.
his nibs Mock title used to refer to an authoritative, bossy or demanding person.
y'allselves (US
nonstandard
rare
) Yourselves.
hee Obsolete spelling of he .
yere (Irish) your (plural); of ye, belonging to ye

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

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