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Ye

Ye (yē) pron. [ Middle English ye , ʒe , nom. plural, Anglo-Saxon ge , ; confer Old Saxon ge , , OFries. , ī , Dutch gij , Dan. & Swedish i , Icelandic ēr , Old H
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Ye

Ye (yā) adverb [ See Yea .] Yea; yes. [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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Y'ë (ē' e ) noun ; plural Yën (ē' e n). An eye. [ Obsolete] « From his yën ran the water down.» Chaucer.
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ye

The plural of the pronoun of the second person in the nominative case. 'Ye ben to me right welcome heartily.' (Chaucer) 'But ye are washed, but ye are sanctified.' (1 Cor. Vi. 11) 'This would cost you your life in case ye were a man.' (Udall) ... In Old English ye was used only as a nominative, and you only as a dative or objective. In the 16th cen
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Ye

• (adv.) Yea; yes. • (n.) An eye. • (pron.) The plural of the pronoun of the second person in the nominative case. • an old method of printing the article the (AS. /e), the `y` being used in place of the Anglo-Saxon thorn (/). It is sometimes incorrectly pronounced ye. See The, and Thorn, n., 4. • Alt. of YeYe: words ...
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YE

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for YEMEN.
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Ye

[pronoun] Ye (IPA: /jiː/) was the second-person, plural, personal pronoun (nominative), spelled in Old English as "ge". In Middle English and Early Modern English, it was used to direct an equal or superior person. It is also common today in Ireland`s Hiberno-English to distinguish from the singular "you". The use of the term "Ye" to repre
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Ye

YE is an abbreviation for Yemen
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Ye

[surname] Ye is the pinyin romanization of the Chinese surname written {linktext|葉} in traditional characters or {linktext|叶} in simplified ones. It was listed 257th among the Song-era Hundred Family Surnames and is the 43rd-most-common surname in China. ==Romanizations== Ye is also romanized Yeh in Wade-Giles and Yee or Ee idiosyncrati
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Ye

[ancient China] Ye or Yecheng ({zh|t=鄴城|s=邺城|p=Yèchéng|w=Yeh4-ch`eng2}) was an ancient Chinese city located in what is now Linzhang County, Hebei and the neighbouring Anyang County, Henan. Ye was first built in the Spring and Autumn Period by Lord Huan of Qi, and by the time of the Warring States Period the city belonged to the st
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Ye

Ye can refer to: In places: As an abbreviation: ...
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Ye

[Cyrillic] It commonly represents the vowel /e/ or /ɛ/, like the pronunciation of ⟨e⟩ in "yes". Ye is romanized using the Latin letter E. It was derived from the Greek letter Epsilon (Ε ε). ==Usage== ===Belarusian and Russian=== For further information see Russian phonology. Ukrainian uses the letter Ukrainian Ye (Є є) in this way.
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Ye

Ye is an archaic word for 'you', that is referencing one or more people but not the speaker. The word 'ye' has been misinterpreted as an old English form of 'the', and often occurs in titles such as 'Ye Olde Shoppe'. The error occurs from a misunderstanding of the runic letter thorn which represents 'th' being incorrectly transcribed as a 'y' which
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ye

you
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ye

yeah
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Ye

Used instead of
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