Fwd: more for y'all
jessie at SIRSI.COM
Mon May 28 17:26:51 UTC 2001
>From Connie Flood's data...
> Those from the mountains of North Alabama and N.C. use you'ns or we'uns. I
remember D. S. used that a lot and he was from N.A. hills. A. C. E.
mentioned using your'n and I remember hearing that growing up as well as
our'n. Maybe more old blacks doing that.
The only person in North Alabama that I ever heard "you'ns" from was my
cousin Therman's wife, and she was from Indiana.
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