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yestreen

[ ye-streen ]
/ yɛˈstrin /
Scot. and North England
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noun
yesterday evening; last evening.
adverb
during yesterday evening.
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Origin of yestreen

1325–75; Middle English. See yester-, even2
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British Dictionary definitions for yestreen

yestreen
/ (jɛˈstriːn) /

adverb
Scot yesterday evening

Word Origin for yestreen

C14: from yest (e) r- + e (v) en ²
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