You (the people being addressed).
(RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene)
You, refers to one person addressed.
(l) a (l) person by the use of the (l) (m) instead of (m).
1511, ''Promptorium Parvulorum'' (de Worde), sig. M.iiiᵛ/2
- Yeyn or sey ye with worshyp, ''viso''.
(RQ:King James Version )
1647, ''The old deluder, Satan, Act''. (cited in ''American Public School Law'', K. Alexander, M. Alexander, 1995)
- ''It being one cheife proiect of ye ould deluder, Satan, to keepe men from the knowledge of Scriptures, as in formr times by keeping ym in an unknowne tongue, so in these lattr times by perswading from ye use of tongues, yt so at least ye true sence & meaning of ye originall might be clouded by false glosses of saint seeming deceivers, yt learning may not be buried in ye church and commonwealth, the Lord assisting or endeavors,—''
''Ye Olde Medicine Shoppe''
(nonstandard spelling of)
(senseid) (n-g) (l), (l) (q).
(n-g) (l) (q).
(quote-book)|title=(w)|chapter=Book II|line= 22-28|passage= Ȝe knowe ek that in fourme of ſpeche is chaunge / With-inne a thousand ȝeer, and wordes tho /That hadden pris now wonder nyce and ſtraunge /Us thenketh hem, and ȝet thei ſpake hem so / And ſpedde as wel in loue as men now do / Ek forto wynnen loue in ſondry ages / In ſondry londes, ſondry ben vſages (..)|translation=You also know that the form of language is in flux; / within a thousand years, words / that had currency; really weird and bizarre / they seem to us now, but they still spoke them / and accomplished as much in love as men do now. / As for winning love across ages and / across nations, there are lots of usages (..)
(alternative form of)
- And smale foweles maken melodye, / That slepen al the nyght with open yë.
Last letter of the Arabic alphabet: (lang)
(zu-combining stem of)