YA

Etymology 1

Pronoun

ya

Nonstandard spelling of you.

Usage notes

Only used in unstressed contexts.

Etymology 2

Interjection

ya

(informal) Yeah; yes.

Etymology 3

Adverb

ya (not comparable)

(UK dialectal, West Country, Northern England, Scotland) yea; yes

Etymology 4

Interjection

ya

(informal) Go. (Spoken to horses and cattle.)

Etymology 5

Determiner

ya

Nonstandard spelling of your.

Etymology 6

Noun

ya (plural yas)

A letter of the Cyrillic alphabet: Я, я.

Anagrams

• -ay, AY, ay, ay^

Noun

YA

Youth Authority

(publishing) Acronym of young adult.

Anagrams

• -ay, AY, ay, ay^

Source: Wiktionary



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