A minister in disguise? With that sort of men's magazine?
The Scottish Word:

Yer.

“If ye dinni mind, I’ll hae a wee boggle at yer magazine – fur research purposes ainerly, ye ken.”

Translated:

yer: your.

“If you do not mind, I would like to have a bit of a serious look at your magazine – for research purposes only, you understand.”

[yer spelled out in the phonetic alphabet.]

The Scottish Word: yer with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.

2 thoughts on “Yer.

    1. Yes. I like to switch between ye, you, yers, and yours, depending on the context, sometimes in the same sentence, but I doubt I could come up with a logical rule as to why. Except as to how it sounds and scans. Purely personal.

      No doubt the academics will begin to nail things down once they get into full flow.

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