- (archaic) (past participle of, clepe)
- 1922: James Joyce, Ulysses
- :And there came against the place as they stood a young learning knight Dixon.
- 2001: Glen David Gold, Carter Beats the Devil
- :World traveling sorcerer supreme Charles Carter, Carter the Mysterious, has made a startling discovery that makes the news from Europe seem mild indeed.
pronoun (desc=personal pronoun)
- (context, Northumbrian, Cornwall, archaic, ) you (the people being addressed).
- That which belongs to you; the possessive second person pronoun used without a following noun.
- If this edit is mine, the other must be yours.
- Their encyclopedia is good, but yours is even better.
- It"s all yours.
- (italbrac, Written at the end of a letter, before the signature) Yours sincerely, Yours faithfully, Yours, Sincerely yours.
pronoun (desc=referring to the person being spoken to, previously mentioned, the reflexive case of, you)
- Your own self.
- You know that what you wrote was wrong.
- Be careful with that fire or you'll burn .
- Your usual, normal, or true self.
- After a good night's sleep you'll feel like again.
- (slang; Ireland, particularly Dublin; also overseas areas of previous Irish emmigration, i.e. many parts of the US) You (plural).