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hisn

or his'n

[hiz-uh n] /ˈhɪz ən/
pronoun, Nonstandard.
1.
his (def 2).
Origin of hisn
1350-1400
1350-1400; Middle English hysene; cf. hern2
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  • Then he busted out, and had another of them forty-rod laughs of hisn.

    Tom Sawyer, Detective Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
  • I went off by myself 'n got a good sized fish, but 'twant s' big 's hisn.

    Eben Holden Irving Bacheller
  • I hope that lily-flower o' hisn will be open in the mornin'.

  • Ah, I see—an old homestead; and that portrait in my room is the wife of 'hisn'?

    Flint Maud Wilder Goodwin
  • Right up to that point it's hisn and nobody else ain't got no claim on it.

  • "I reckon I do be a friend o' hisn," she said, deliberately; and then she saw that he was in earnest.

    A Cumberland Vendetta John Fox, Jr.
  • He used to say the' wa'n't no name older'n hisn since the Bible.

    The Mountain Girl Payne Erskine
  • We don't know whether it was hisn or he was just carrying it for somebody.

    Elam Storm, The Wolfer Harry Castlemon
  • Some of us friends of hisn tried to make him go easy—but it ain't no use.

    Snowdrift James B. Hendryx
  • So he put down the spuds and begun to curry that cowlick of hisn.

    Alec Lloyd, Cowpuncher Eleanor Gates

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