- variant of -er1 after w: bowyer; lawyer; sawyer.
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Examples from the Web for yer
"Get on yer bike," said her tough employment secretary, Norman Tebbit.How Margaret Thatcher Saved Britain and Changed the World
April 8, 2013
You do like I tells yer, or yer'll git yer eggercation wid a brick.A Night Out
"Yer arm's broke," said Mike, passing to Mortimer's right side.
"Pass him yer dust," he continued, turning to his companion.
Ye'r wouldn't hear me the las' time but yer got ter hear me now.The Underdog
F. Hopkinson Smith
Yer'd be positive o' passin' 'er if she didn't syle afore 'igh-tide.The Black Bag
Louis Joseph Vance
Word Origin and History for yer
representing a dialectal or vulgar pronunciation of your, attested from 1814.
agent noun suffix, variant of -ier used after a vowel or -w-.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper