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ya

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[ yuh ]
/ yə /
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pronoun Informal.
you: Give me a hand, will ya?
your: Where's ya brother?
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Origin of ya

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First recorded in 1820–25; a phonetic spelling representing the pronunciation of you and your in continuous rapid speech

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Other definitions for ya (2 of 4)

ya2
[ yah ]
/ yɑ /

interjection Informal.

Other definitions for ya (3 of 4)

YA

abbreviation
young adult.

Other definitions for ya (4 of 4)

[ yah ]
/ yɑ /

noun
the 28th letter of the Arabic alphabet.

Origin of

From Arabic
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