Colloquial plural contractions from the South as in: "That's your'n, those are theyr'n and these're our'n.
Added by scottmsiegel on March 19, 2010 | 15 people like this You Like This | Unlike
South of what?
Says Mik on May 7, 2010
Of the USA dumbass
Says Anonymous on June 17, 2011
1. "Your'n" is used in both plural and singular senses.
2. They are possessive adjectives (or may be considered substantive possessive adjectives, depending).
Says stickler on January 9, 2012
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