Jeat vs Jeah - What's the difference?

jeat | jeah |


As a noun jeat

is .

As an adverb jeah is

(slang|nonstandard) variant of yeah; yes.

As an interjection jeah is

(slang|nonstandard) variant of yeah; yes.

jeat

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • * , A Funeral Elegy'', 1810, Samuel Johnson, Alexander Chalmers (editors), ''The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper , Volume 5, page 179,
  • 'T is loss to trust a tomb with such a guest, / Or to confine her in a marble chest, / Alas! what's marble, jeat , or porphyry,
  • * 1735 , John Barrow, Dictionarium Polygraphicum: Or, The Whole Body of Arts Regularly Dige?ted , unnumbered page,
  • There is also a factitious jeat' made of gla?s, in imitation of the mineral ' jeat .
  • * 1758 , Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Review , Volume 28, page 10,
  • *:: To make a Grey Colour.
  • Take iron ?cales, a little cri?tal, and ?ome ?mall quantity of jeat', grind the?e well together upon a painter's ?tone; the more ' jeat ye take, the ?adder the colour will be, and likewi?e the more cri?tal you put to it the lighter.

    jeah

    English

    Adverb

    (-)
  • (slang, nonstandard) variant of yeah; yes.
  • Interjection

    (-)
  • (slang, nonstandard) variant of yeah; yes.