'er

'er

 (ûr)
Informal
Contraction of her: Look at 'er go!

[Middle English her, er; see her.]
References in classic literature ?
And I've never since seen 'er grave till now, for I didn't want to meet 'im here.
I am er man,' said Mr Dolls, trying to smite himself on the breast, but bringing his hand to bear upon the vicinity of his eye, 'er do it.
I am er man,' said Mr Dolls, with majesty, 'er get it, sir.
Ardly can I resist to fall on my knees before 'er and declare my passion.
I avoid my uncle with success, and I see 'er about the hour of
Er gratitude has made her the more gracious to Captain Bassett.
Joe Sachs, whose medical and film school expertise made him an ideal candidate to be hired from Northridge as one of ``ER's'' first medical advisers, calls all the educational tie-ins ``the side effects of 'ER.
We are excited to take 'ER,' with the depth of the characters and storylines that have entertained television audiences for nine award-winning seasons, to an interactive level," said Philippe Erwin, Vice President of Interactive for Warner Bros.