yous


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yous

(juːz) or

youse

pron
not standard refers to more than one person including the person or persons addressed but not including the speaker: yous have all had it now; I'm fed up with yous.
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yous

pron (pl) (dial)ihr; (acc, dat) → euch
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The list of thank yous would fill this letters column.